Here is the round up of favourite/interesting links we have found this week:
- Levis are asking for old demin to make insulation & have thrown down the challenge of the most efficient line drying – article from Re-Nest
- Greens press release on the government’s back track on mandatory product stewardship.
- UNTHA make shredding machines and created a video on what to do with old vuvuzelas here.
- A few new ideas from readers of the Rubbish Free Blog on batteries and appliances here.
- Westpac is leading the way in recycled plastic credit cards.
- UK government is giving 15 million pounds to green buses – more here. 150 new low carbon buses through out England will save around 50,000 tonnes of CO2-e.
- Beth from Fake Plastic Fish talks about the windows in windowed envelopes in her Year 2, Week 42 results round up here.
- Lynda Brendish from Good Magazine reviews the Time Photo Essay Hungry Planet originally published in 2005. It is amazing to see the differences between cultures on their eating habits. Great photos.
- Lovely wintry photo from Christchurch Daily Photo.
Have a lovely waste free weekend.