Pages tagged with Recycling

Whenever people consider making extra money from recycling, they automatically think of pop cans, but did you know you can make money recycling paper as well? Read on to find out how!
With a knight on horseback out of Ferrero Rocher, i couldn't resist converting it into a far more dramatic scene
I made a horse out of Ferrero Rocher tinfoil wrapping - recycled art
Having made a horse, I decide to convert it into an even more elaborate creation - a knight on horse back
I enjoy sculpting in tinfoil. I even gave an art course once to children where I taught basic tinfoil sculpting techniques. Here are some thoughts on the subject
I made another tinfoil creation. I am glad to share my creations with you. Perhaps I will try to write up a multistep guide in coming articles
Another article describing a recent creation of mine, a green bicycle made out of a piece of discarded telephone wire. Recycling and color make this bike green in more sense than one.
I created a tinfoil dog out of a chocolate wrapper to the delight of some children. This is an elegant and creative way to recycle as well a simple and fun art. Comments appreciated
This is a general guide to begin a recycling program in your locality. Though Kenyan examples are used the basic guidelines are applicable in any part of the world.
Have you ever had something that you couldn't even give away? And you didn't want to pay a steep extra fee at the landfill? Recently it happened to me. So here's what I did.
In fact various industrial units are already working on small scale in private sector which recycle various types of times available and collected from domestic and industrial wastes.
this is about how I save my quails eggs from recycle been and I start to make a new recipe for restaurant
I remember a time when the dustmen came once a week to collect the rubbish. Then along came recycling, so we all made an effort to help the environment. However, I feel the latest move is as step too far. Read on to find out more.
If there’s one thing we Americans love more than freedom, guns and enormous hamburgers, its cars. From the Nascar nut job to the soccer mom with her gigantic SUV with six kids and a dog in the back. In the 1960’s Americans owned 61,671,390 cars, that’s around one car for every t...
Discarded plastics together with other trash that used to be breeding places of diseases in landfill sites are now converted to school chairs and other paraphernalia. They’re recycled to various useful products in the recycling plant at Envirotech to answer the pressing needs of sc...
Learn how to save water in your bathroom and help towards a more sustainable future... It's all up to us!
These days, Marta is very well known for depicting four-legged companions of important historical figures - often taken from paintings - doing her best to capture, in coloured glass shards, the natural poses of the animals depicted.
She attended the School of the Fine Arts of Finland, so that for almost five decades now she has been working with cows, using them as a muse in her lengthy career as an artist, and also caring deeply about them.
This article looks at some simple and easy ways to reuse leftover food items.
The importance of natural resources and natural services are a necessary part if life on earth to support humans, animals, and plants.
There is a journey from soil, moisture, seed,and sunshine through the recycling process displayed in the perpetual motion and rotation of the ages. The answered call of a workman may bring cherished time here.
The aptly named Ocean Sole sandal recycling company - cleaning up East African beaches in the process - employs some 45 Nairobi workers in creating 100 different products - back in 2008 shipping an 18 ft giraffe to a Rome fashion week.
The Physalia is an ecosystem sufficient enough to generate power from the sun and utilize it in reducing the water pollution by the process of bio-filtration.
She studied at the Academy of Fine Art in Rome in the early seventies, and her work is to be found in collections from the White House to the Danish Embassy in Mexico city.
It is truly mind-blowing to see the intricate small detail that Kris manages to put into his work, creating entire nightmare worlds that always seem frozen in some unspecified moment.
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