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Design Food Waste Turned Into Building Materials

A new report created by Arup Group shows how food waste can turn into construction materials

Advertising Sustainable Brewery Feeds A Fish Farm With Its Waste

A brewery teamed up with a fish farm to recycle their old water and grain to

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Google Wants To Help Cities Become Circular Economies

Along with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the two companies want to work together to help cities become more sustainable

Fashion & Apparel Wasteful Gases Turn Into Fully Functional Clothing

Mango Materials converts methane into a wearable material that breaks back down to methane to start the process all over again

Food & Beverage This Device Turns Kitchen Waste Into Compost

The Taihi bin uses a Japanese fermentation process called bokashi to breakdown biodegradable materials and produce compost

Home Houseplants Redesigned Into Everyday Objects

The products from designer Beth Esponnette are meant to bring more natural materials into the home

Design Public Urinals In Paris Also Grow Flowers

Design agency Faltazi created the Uritrottoir as an attempt to fight the foul smell of public bathrooms

Technology Sleek Device Brings Composting To Any Home Kitchen

The Zera Food Recycler is designed to fit into any space to provide high quality fertilizer

Food & Beverage Turn Food Scraps Into Fertilizer In 24 Hours

Zera Food Recycler is an in-home composting appliance that allows families to reduce their food waste without resorting to an outdoor compost pile

Retail 100% Compostable Food Packaging Has Arrived

Sun Basket has created a new shipping solution in which nothing goes to waste

Innovation NYC To Use Food Waste To Heat Homes

The city of New York has approved a plan to convert organic waste and wastewater into biogas.

Innovation Exchange Food Waste For Fresh Produce Credits

Hello Compost lets low-income New Yorkers exchange compost for fresh fruits and veggies.

High-End Japanese Restaurant Builds Menu Around Dirt

Ne Quittez Pas offers a 'dirt course' for around $110 that features compost made from coffee grinds and palm fiber.