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5th October 2011

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Macabre and Mother Nature-approved: Handmade Halloween decorOn the hunt for Halloween decor that isn’t of the disposable, made-in-China variety? Check out these 9 ghoulish handmade goodies that you’ll want haunting your home for the long haul.

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Macabre and Mother Nature-approved: Handmade Halloween decor
On the hunt for Halloween decor that isn’t of the disposable, made-in-China variety? Check out these 9 ghoulish handmade goodies that you’ll want haunting your home for the long haul.

Tagged: Halloweendesigndecorationrecyclehandmade

5th October 2011

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21 ways of turning pallets into furniture.
Courtesy of homedit

ddellosa:

21 ways of turning pallets into furniture.

Courtesy of homedit

Tagged: constructiondesigninterior designrecycleupcycleDIY

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3rd October 2011

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30 things you should never compost or recycleThough recycling and composting are two of the most important green practices, there are some items that are bad for the environment. Follow these guidelines for best practices.

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30 things you should never compost or recycle
Though recycling and composting are two of the most important green practices, there are some items that are bad for the environment. Follow these guidelines for best practices.

Tagged: compostrecyclepollutionenviornment

28th September 2011

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How to wipe your computer clean before recycling itTake the necessary steps to reduce the risk of someone accessing your data after you’ve gotten rid of your computer.

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How to wipe your computer clean before recycling it
Take the necessary steps to reduce the risk of someone accessing your data after you’ve gotten rid of your computer.

Tagged: computersrecyclingrecycleelectronics

8th August 2011

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Beautifully simple design: The plastic bottle lightCut a hole in a developing world roof big enough for a plastic soda bottle to fit snugly into. Fill a bottle with water and a little bleach and set it halfway into the hole cap side up. Voila, you now have a daytime light bulb. The sunshine is diffused by the water in the bottle and kicks off the light equivalent to a 50 watt bulb that costs nothing to run. See how it works.

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Beautifully simple design: The plastic bottle light
Cut a hole in a developing world roof big enough for a plastic soda bottle to fit snugly into. Fill a bottle with water and a little bleach and set it halfway into the hole cap side up. Voila, you now have a daytime light bulb. The sunshine is diffused by the water in the bottle and kicks off the light equivalent to a 50 watt bulb that costs nothing to run. See how it works.

Tagged: scienceenergylightplasticrecyclereuseenvironment