Polish designer Pani Jurek knows how to combine recycling and creativity. With his intellect and a series of disused test tubes, Pani Jurek has made a chandelier that can be filled with anything.The designer was inspired by compatriot Marie Curie, Nobel Prize in Physics and Chemistry, thanks to that muse who decided to use a series of laboratory test tubes to build a delightful chandelier.
Sorting is the duty of all of us citizens for the purpose of protecting the environment. Thanks to the differentiated it is possible to recover material to be reused without having to use virgin material. This is the case of aluminum, for example, which can be recycled indefinitely without having to resort to the extraction of bauxite.
EcoBioBall is a golf ball that if it ends up in the water if the fish eat it. Yes, because the sphere contains a core of food that is released when the outer cover of the 100 biodegradable ball melts, which happens after 48 hours of contact with the water. The fish thank, for now only those who live around the Resort Six Senses in the Con Dao archipelago in Vietnam, and cheer on novice golfers who often send the EcoBioBall in the water.
The kitchen is the place in the house where the most waste is produced. The biggest problem is the packaging to throw away, but we are so used to this aspect of everyday life that we no longer notice it and we do not feel responsible. Reducing the amount of waste that is produced in the kitchen should instead be considered a very effective way to make a contribution to the environment and society, considering that waste management is also a cost.
Is potato peel a waste in the kitchen? Women in the kitchen should learn that there is no waste in the kitchen! What is a waste for one dish can become the main ingredient for another, so mushroom stems can create excellent condiments and potato peel can give life to pancakes, pizzas and baked dishes.
For those who love recycling, here's how to make a mosaic, reusing materials that would otherwise end up in landfills. Do you have tiles of different shapes and colors in the cellar that may be defective? Now we will explain how to reuse them to create wonderful mosaics through the fragments.
On 4 September 2013, the new European Law 17/93 came into force, which clarifies and makes the simplifications for the collection of WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) by distribution more effective. What changes in Italy in the collection of WEEE? For example, it changes that the transport of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment to the collection center can take place when the quantity collected reaches 3 for each grouping.
The use of chemicals obtained from oil processing produces waste that is hazardous or harmful to the environment. Bleach, degreasers, metal polishes or thinners discharged into the sink or toilet, for example, contaminate drinking water. Eliminating hazardous waste safely means delivering it to an organized collection center (the Municipalities should set it up) and at the same time respecting some simple rules of good behavior.
Reusing glass jars, be they large jars of pickle or small containers for baby food, as well as being a gesture of environmental promotion, is useful in daily practice: the glass jars can be reused for the preservation of homemade fruit in syrup or more creatively, for making pen and pencil holders, purses, flower vases and candle holders.
The recycling of WEEE, carried out in compliance with European environmental quality standards and within the EU, could make critical raw materials such as rare earths available and create jobs. According to data from ReMedia, one of the main Italian non-profit collective systems for the eco-sustainable management of WEEE, from 2008 to 2012 in France the recycling sector of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment generated more than 3.
Drywall rises in the ranking of ecological construction products becoming completely recyclable. Thanks to the first plasterboard recovery plant activated at the Disposal Division of Cava di Trezzano in the Limbiate (Mi) plant, complete recovery and recycling of the two basic materials, cellulose and gypsum, becomes possible.