Dining is fun but it could even be more fun if you dine while keeping the environment safe using the lovely and eco-friendly plate called Bambu 11-inch Round Veneerware Plates. As its name suggests, the plate is made of bamboo, a sustainable source of material. Bamboo is a fast growing type of plant making it able to replenish the harvested plant in just a short period. The use of bamboo makes the plate an FDA approved one. Other than that, the plate uses no bleach or dye making it a safe dinnerware. The plates also look classy and elegant making it perfect for all occasions. [Click here to know more about Bambu 11-inch Round Veneerware Plates]
Other than being made of a sustainable material, the plate is certified organic too because after disposal, the plate biodegrades in as short as four to six months. Designed for single use, the plate is not safe for microwave use. Complete your eco-friendly dining experience or occasion with other dinnerware made of bamboo like a complete utensil set and a smaller plate for a total organic yet fine dining experience. When you purchase this eco-friendly bamboo-made plate, each pack include 25 pieces of 11-inch round plates.
If you are looking forward for an eco-friendly occasion, using Bambu 11-inch Round Veneerware Plates would be the perfect choice. [Click here to know more about Bambu 11-inch Round Veneerware Plates]
Water scarcity is becoming a serious problem in many countries especially in developing countries and so the Eliodomestico is made.
Designed by Gabriele Diamanti, the Eliodomestico is a prototype that listed as one of the finalists at the Prix Emile Hermes competition. Transforming salt water to drinking water will cost its users nothing. Using solar power, the Eliodomestico can produce 5 liters of water at the end of each day. Made from widely available materials, the Eliodomestico uses no electricity to operate, it uses no filter as well, easy to maintain and will not harm the environment. In fact, the Eliodomestico will be good to every local economy.
Source: Gabriele Diamanti
Normally, when people see falling trees, they tend to have it cut and use the wood it produces, but not the owner of the falling 40-year old pine tree at the rear of Brentwood, Los Angeles. When the pine tree fell, he just leaves it that way giving the tree a chance to revive itself and continues to grow from its horizontal position. The moment the pine tree has revived, the owner decided to build a one of a kind tree house that serves as an office, and guesthouse to honor the tree’s resilience. Aside from saving the tree from being destroyed, the house also has the floor to ceiling windows that allows natural lighting and air to come in.
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