A guide to Portland’s new recycling bins
I don’t even have a smart phone, but I still have no use for a phone book
Except for Mexican restaurant coupons…
set by Carlo Colombo made from reclaimed oak mooring posts from the Venetian lagoon.
On this Earth Day 2010, think about the impact that your actions has on this planet.
More specifically, your use of bottled water.
Click through for more facts on how bad this issue is getting.
[hat tip to jenny for the image]
I really really really want this. It’s made of recycled inner tubes so it’s completely waterproof. The whole thing is 76% recycled material.
Have you ever wondered how to recycle the odd-ball things in your home? Look it up on this website, and they’ll tell you how you can recycle it!
“If the walls of the Big Dig House could talk, they’d tell you that it’s comprised of 600,000 lbs of recycled materials that were rescued from the Big Dig highway project in Boston. Inhabitat last reported on the striking modern residence in 2006 when it was still in its planning stages, and it has since come a long way from being a pile of rubble and recycled materials. We may now behold what stands today — an elegant and modern private home in Lexington, MA with an exciting backstory.”