Posts by Category: Eco Friendly

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Eco Friendly October 31, 2015 posted by

Kaala Soot Printer – turning dirt into gold

It’s amazing what creative minds can dream up. But, as Walt Disney said, “if you can dream it, you can do it.” And scientist / inventor Anirudh Sharma, a graduate of the MIT Media Lab, has been working to do what some would say is either crazy or impossible – turn soot, some of the worst air pollution, into usable ink for printers and copy machines.


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Kaala Soot Printer – turning dirt into gold
Eco Friendly October 26, 2015 posted by

Ecoduna – revolutionary new micro algae technology turns waste into nutritious super food [Special Report]

According to the United Nations, malnutrition is the largest single contributor to disease in the world. Even those of us who live in the 21st century modern developed world, can suffer from ‘lifestyle malnutrition’; through a lack of vital nutrients, especially if we eat badly, or rely too much on fast food and processed produce. But now there may be an answer on the way, thanks to some ingenious technology from a small Austrian company.


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Ecoduna – revolutionary new micro algae technology turns waste into nutritious super food [Special Report]
Cool Web Apps & Sites August 20, 2015 posted by

Project Sunroof – how much will solar power really save you?

Switching your home to solar power is a costly endeavor but you stand to save a lot from making the change. Not to mention how much better it is for the planet as a whole. Still, it would be terrible to spend all that money only to find out that you don’t actually get enough sun to make it worth it. Check out Project Sunroof, the new Google program that gives you the data on moving to solar power for…


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Project Sunroof – how much will solar power really save you?
Eco Friendly August 10, 2015 posted by

The VEXA500 – a better built electric bike

Saving gas and helping the environment are hot topics these days. There are plenty of ways to do that and electric bikes are rapidly filling that niche. One great example is the VEXA500. This e-bike, which has been available in other countries for some time, will soon be coming to the States. This commuter-friendly electric bike features a full-featured dashboard, left and right hand grip controls, a built-in alarm system, storage racks to easily stash necessary packages, fenders, mudflaps and…


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The VEXA500 – a better built electric bike
Eco Friendly August 8, 2015 posted by

WalkCar – an electric personal transporter the size of a laptop

First there was the Segway. Big, bulky, expensive and definitely not for your great Aunt Maude. But it signaled the possibilities for electric personal transportation. Fast forward sixteen years and witness the latest generation of these incredible machines. Tiny, ultra light, tough and amazing.


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WalkCar – an electric personal transporter the size of a laptop
Eco Friendly July 29, 2015 posted by

Youxia – the world’s first Android electric supercar?

So move over Tesla, there’s a new clone in town. The newcomer offers all the exotic all-electric power and style of the American supercar, but with a lower price and a few different features. The Youxia (pronounced Yo-sha) is due to hit the streets next year sometime, although we’ve not seen any confirmed images of a factory floor or anything which resembles an assembly plant yet.


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Youxia – the world’s first Android electric supercar?
Eco Friendly July 29, 2015 posted by

Rockefeller Smart Bike – designed for Android, iOS and your healthy heart

Yeah sure, it looks like a normal bicycle. It’s got those round wheel things, a steering doo-hickey and some pedals, but don’t be deceived. This is a genuine, all encompassing, mighty marvelous ‘smart‘ bike. No wait, come back. The Rockefeller JW650 Smart Bike is intelligent, conscious and intends one day to enter the Tour de France and ‘do well’.


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Rockefeller Smart Bike – designed for Android, iOS and your healthy heart
Eco Friendly July 20, 2015 posted by

2015 VW Passat GTE – first drive of the ultimate 149 mpg company fleet car [Review]

If anyone needs proof that the world is slowly changing, look no further than the major car manufacturers. These lumbering dinosaurs are being forced, kicking and screaming, into the eco driven future to the extent that they’re even converting their major sellers into green machines. The latest example is this Volkswagen Passat GTE, a plugin hybrid (PHEV) which boasts ‘official’ consumption figures of 149 mpg and 31 miles of all electric range. And at a price which is very nearly…


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2015 VW Passat GTE – first drive of the ultimate 149 mpg company fleet car [Review]
Eco Friendly July 18, 2015 posted by

Flubber Dust – the eco-friendly way to clean up oil stains

Oil spots on your driveway are both unattractive and difficult to remove. You can try using some heavy chemicals and still be left with fainter looking but very present oil spots. But Flubber Dust by Oil Lift gets the job done. This Eco certified green cleaning product safely removes oil and leave surfaces temporarily slip-proof too. It’s biological agents bond to oil, breaking the oil’s molecular bond, and naturally biodegrades the contaminates. Simply sprinkle this scentless green powder on oil,…


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Eco Friendly July 14, 2015 posted by

Urban Garden Planter – take the upkeep out of gardening

It’s really hard to keep things alive. Children and animals for the most part remind you they need things by making noise. Plants do not do this. This is why they are so easy to kill. The Urban Garden Planter will help increase the odds of survival since it can take care of itself, at least a little.


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Urban Garden Planter – take the upkeep out of gardening