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News Archive November, 2011
Product Extracting copper from waste ashes published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-27 17:38:29 UTC
Copper is getting rare and within 20 years the resources are finished, sooner then oil. Incinerator ashes contain more copper then copper ore which ...
Product Beautiful compostable disposable tableware published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-25 12:56:13 UTC
Not the fan from disposable anything but ... Wasara elevates disposable tableware to a new level. the earth-conscious product is made from paper of ...
Material Integral foamed concrete published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-21 08:55:57 UTC
Development in the production of foamed concrete
A core of foamed concrete with a solid outer layer. The kernel and cladding are both made from ...
Product Less is more: Print with 50% less ink published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-18 08:35:41 UTC
Ecofont Software adds a print button to your toolbar. With just one click of the mouse it can save up to 50% toner when printing. Both your wallet ...
Product Laundry Peg out of one piece published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-14 21:36:42 UTC
Clip is a dual-jaw clothesline peg with a lifespan around twice as long as a regular peg. It offers a reduced carbon footprint, easy recyclability ...
Product Tap water purification instead of bottled water published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-11 08:52:05 UTC
In many countries tapwater is not drinkable without purification because it contains arsenic, heavy metals, pesticides, VOC or bacterias. Even if it ...
Product Measuring bloodpressure with an ipod published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-11 08:48:41 UTC
*An optimistic blood pressure monitor*
This cheerful designed blood pressure monitor is a add-on to your ipod/pad. Minimal extra material for extra ...
CaseStudy Re-use Studio in Rotterdam, The Netherlands published.
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2011-11-09 07:47:50 UTC
Studio HeStudio Hergebruik / Re-use Studio displays work by artists and designers from all creative disciplines that focus on re-use and recycling ...