Archive for the 'Recycled Product' Category

Kids Paper Recycling Kit

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

Recycling paper is one of the first steps to going green and now kids can recycle their own in a unique green craft project kit. It comes with all they need to learn the principles of paper recycling and make their own paper from the used paper around the house. They can create some wonderful craft projects as they learn. This is an inexpensive set, and though the principle is green the materials look rather cheap and plastic, not made to last all that long. One comment from a user was that it would be better to use the kitchen blender than the mixer from the kit. But all in all it’s a fun and affordable idea that kids will enjoy and learn from.

Costs $12.97 from Discovery Store.

Worm Factory Composter

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

If composting seems like too much effort to you, let the worms do the hard work for you. Having your own worm farm means that you can transform your organic kitchen waste effortlessly into rich compost. The worms digest the scraps and soon you have fertile worm casting compost for your plants. This worm factory is made from recycled plastic and has a stackable tray system. As the worms make their way up into the next tray you can empty out the bottom one, now filled with compost, into your garden. This is perfect for small backyards and can even be kept inside an apartment to feed and nurture your pot-plants as there are no odors.

Costs $109 at Real Goods
icon and $18 for an additional two trays.

Voltaic Generator Solar Laptop Bag

Thursday, April 29th, 2010


Your laptop deserves a cool bag and this one has a big bonus—it charges your ‘puter with solar power! Its solar charger has high-efficiency cells that can recharge the battery in about five hours, and the fabric is made from recycled pop bottles. Available at Florida EcoProducts, $449.

Collapsible Portable Green Speakers

Saturday, February 20th, 2010


These Aon Box™ speakers are the first and only eco-friendly speakers whose outer housing and packaging are made with 100% renewable resources. These hip, colorful speakers deliver one watt of sound without batteries. Available from the Ultimate Green Store, $14.99 the pair.

Juice Clock

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010


Juice up your kitchen with this bright, bold clock made from 100% recycled detergent bottles. In Orange, Lemon or Grapefruit, great taste was never so earth friendly. Available from Bean Products at the Ultimate Green Store, $57.

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