This coffee table is made with rubberwood, which is considered a renewable timber because it is only milled from rubber trees that have ceased to produce latex. See more information on rubberwood here. Available for $60 from Amazon.
This fair traded chopstick set is made with recycled scrap hardwoods in Thailand. The set includes six chopsticks, six bowls, and six holders. Packaged in sustainable, hand-crafted Saa paper. Available from DropSoul for $29.
The Cordster is a small attachment to keep your headphone cables untangled. It works with virtually all portable cords, and snaps on and off using a removable Velcro-like fastener. Reportedly, it works well. Available in a variety of colors for $4.95.
You may have seen Roost’s recycled vases, which got a lot of coverage recently. But Roost also makes these boxes, available as a set of three nesting cylinders. They are made from recycled magazines and newspapers from all over the world. They also makes some intriguing drink coasters. Available from Elsewares for $44 per set.
Here’s a nice, heavy knife block made from a renewable resource. The bamboo block has a total of 11 slots including one for your sharpening steel, one for your kitchen shears and one large and wide enough for a cleaver. It sells for $40-$60. Available from: Amazon or Cutlery and More
NewMarket Naturals makes modular shower filters which can accomodate some of the more efficient showerheads out there. They also make a April Shower filter which is compatible with the Oxygenics showerhead we recently featured. Available from: NewMarket Naturals.
More bamboo fiber! This time it’s table linen made in Thailand out of 100% bamboo. The bamboo fiber has a linen-esq texture. Great for the dinner table because bamboo fiber is naturally antibacterial. The set consists of 4 placemats, coasters, and napkins. Available from Antiki for $38.
This Vortex blender might save you a couple minutes at the gym. A useful device to mix a margarita while living off-grid, camping, boating or traveling. It qualifies as metaefficient because: portable, energy efficient, and relatively inexpensive. Priced around $50. Available from: Shop.Com or Campmor
The DiscHub is useful for storing CDs and DVDs that you just don’t have time to put away back in their cases. The DiscHub has 11 storage slots protected with a soft neoprene membrane. Adjacent slots are offset from each other, so that you easily roll any disc out of its slot. No recycled materials in this product yet, but …