Tag Archives: recycling

Manila, Philippines.

Heartbreaking pictures show childhood being spent in garbage

According to a World Bank Report, by 2100 the waste production of the world is likely to increase to 11 million metric tons per day -three times of what we are producing currently. Urbanization and industrialization are picking pace and with it comes piles of

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100 percent recycled plastic bottles from Ice River Springs

With an initiative to reduce energy and recycle plastic, Canada-based water bottling company Ice River Springs has unveiled 15 liter bottles made from 100 percent recycled plastic. The new bottles slated to sell under Arrowhead brand name have been made primarily for water cooler. For

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ERO Concrete Recycling Robot tears down buildings efficiently

Those monstrous machines (cranes, excavators and bulldozers) and destructive explosives tearing-down humongous structures just like some fragile toy house have always fascinated me. The experience is almost like watching some thrilling action movie. But what comes across as exciting action to most of us is

Abandoned train transformed into a bookstore

Abandoned train transformed into a bookstore in France

Reading your favorite novel while enjoy the picturesque scenic beauty through train’s small windows sounds like a beautiful dream, isn’t it? To give you the opportunity to relive those wonderful memories here is an unusual bookstore. Located in Auvers-Sur-Oise, France, this eccentric bookstore has given

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Enticing paper lion crafted from hotel receipts

You might have crafted paper planes and paper boats when you were a kid, but have you ever tried making a paper lion? Sounds fascination, isn’t it? Here is an enticing lion sculpture crafted from waste paper. Designer Kyle Bean was recently hired by Intercontinental