Naturemill Pro Promises Easy & Efficient Indoor Composting

Naturemill Pro Promises Easy & Efficient Indoor Composting

Nobody’s going to put up with a compost heap in a closet.  But what if you could quickly compost your organic waste with no odors or bugs, indoors or outside, with a device small enough to fit in a kitchen cabinet?  Naturemill promises that its Pro Edition automatic composter will do just that, producing hassle-free […]

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Nikon Introduces Green Binoculars: Ecobins

Nikon's Ecobins: Eco-Friendly Binoculars

Nikon has introduced some new binoculars called Ecobins with some nice green features. The body of the binocular is made with rubber than does not include chloride, toxic inks or dyes. The lens and prisms are made with Nikon’s Eco-Glass™, which is lead- and arsenic-free.

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Old Running Shoes Never Die – But Brooks BioMoGo Really Does Fade Away

Brooks Trance With Biodegradable BioMoGo (photo: Brooks Sports, Inc.)

A critical aspect of a product’s “efficiency” involves not just what it does, but also where it comes from and where it goes after its useful life. Brooks has taken an innovative step to improve the life-cycle efficiency of its running shoes with its biodegradable BioMoGo cushioning material.

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Biogas: Producing Ultra-Efficient Fuel From Sewage

Fordon's Biogas Station

We could be generating huge amounts of power from sewage. The process is fairly simple — just ferment sewage to produce a fuel called biogas. Biogas is almost entirely methane, and so is natural gas, so the two are essential interchangeable. The potential to produce biogas is almost entirely overlooked by most countries — except […]

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Costa Rica Is 99% Powered By Renewable Energy

CNFL-wind-power-Costa-Rica

Costa Rica is a country rich with renewable energy. In fact, it gets about 99% of all its electrical energy from clean sources, and it’s aiming to be the first country to become carbon neutral (more about that below). Some of Costa Rica’s energy sources include geothermal energy, the burning of sugarcane waste and other […]

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