P&P Office Waste Paper Processor turns paper into pencils

by Mark R

Some of you might remember when we reported on the paper shredder that can turn ordinary office paper into toilet paper. It certainly seems an economical and ecological use of used paper, and the P&P Office Waste Paper Processor does something similar. This particular device turns paper into something that offices will always need: pencils. That is what the P&P means, I suppose: paper to pencil. In case you are …

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Poor Little Fish Sink

by Ally

Visualization is always a handy way to teach new concepts and get people to reconsider their habits, which is the idea behind this Poor Little Fish Sink.  As you take longer and longer to wash those hands, the fish water appears to get lower and lower.  It’ll be a big reminder to shut off that water before it causes any harm.  However, thankfully the fish is never actually in danger …

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Renewable Energy Racers Set

by Edwin

Have a heart for the environment and want to go green with your gadget purchases? Then you might want to seriously consider the Renewable Energy Racers Set the next time you want to give a gift to your kids or grandchildren. These remote controlled racecars will be powered by three different renewable energy sources, where you can choose from a miniature windmill, a solar panel, and a hydrogen fuel cell. …

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Dog Poop Powered Park Lamp

by Ally

Lamps in parks need something to keep them powered and that means the city is taking care of that bill and burning up precious energy all so you can have a midnight stroll.  Well now your freeloading pooch can do its part to make your park a little more environmentally friendly.  The Park Spark is a system that uses your dog poop to power the lights in the park.

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Cri-Cri, small solar-powered plane

by Mark R

We have reported on a lot of solar-powered planes before. Like the Solar Impulse, which is capable of a 26 hour flight, then there is the Zephyr, which broke the record for solar-powered unmanned flight. This is the Cri-Cri, and it is a solar-powered plane that is really only designed for a quick flight. How quick? Try about 15 minutes.

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Plumen Designer Light Bulb

by Ally

I like how long compact fluorescent bulb last, but I’ve never really liked the look of them.  The convoluted coils can be pretty disorienting when you stare right into them, but what happens when you decide to throw a designer slant to the ordinary bulb? Apparently I’m not the only one to feel that way, because this bulb was created this way just for the looks.  Plumen 001 is the …

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Tree Planting Robot

by Mark R

Imagine living in a world where all the trees are slowly dying, and all animals must be replaced with robotic couterparts. This would be the giraffe. Actually, this particular robot is designed to prevent an environmental apocalypse. You see, this is a Tree Planting Robot, designed for reforestation projects. The Tree Planting Robot is good for carrying 320 seedlings, with each one in a biodegradable plastic protective barrier that protects …

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Petal Drops makes rainwater collecting more aesthetically pleasing

by Edwin

For those who have a penchant for living green, collecting rainwater should come as second nature, but why bother to do so with a rusty old bucket when you can always spruce things up with the Petal Drops? This idea is made out of 100% recycled flower-shaped funnels that can screw onto any standard threaded plastic bottle, helping channel water inside whenever it pours from heaven. After all, you might …

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