Category Archives: Recycling

Greener alternatives to spray foam for insulation

Insulation is a crucial part of green building, because it’s key to reducing the energy usage of a structure. This serves both the immediate owner by lowering energy costs and the greater environmental goal of reducing greenhouse gasses. Spray polyurethane … Continue reading

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Self Made Make Up Brush Cleaner

for more info follow the infobox on the side of the video.

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The Aspirin Mask

Thank You Michelle

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Mooncup – Eco and Body friendly alternative to tampons

What is it? The Mooncup is a reusable menstrual cup around two inches long and made from soft silicone rubber. It is worn internally like a tampon but collects menstrual fluid rather than absorbing. Unlike tampons the Mooncup is not … Continue reading

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Composting Toilet – A pleasant voyage

An Introduction Many people now know about composting toilets, particularly those in the alternative movement who are quite familiar with composting in their gardens, and who understand the advantages of recycling and simplification of our needs. But to the many … Continue reading

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66 Uses for a Bread bag

66 Uses for a Bread bag Despite our best efforts we don’t always have enough time to bake bread and end up nipping out to buy a loaf. The thing is each loaf comes in its own plastic bag. If … Continue reading

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Cat Toys- by Peggy

After rinsing a used ketchup bottle, I decided it had a different destination than the recycling bin. Cats love a puzzle. And better yet, I didn’t have to spend anything to make this toy. I already had the toy mouse … Continue reading

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