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Zero-waste
Efficient usage and total reuse, recycling or ecological re-integration of materials. The idea of waste, something that gets discarded, is fundamentally incompatible with a holistic and optimized natural system. Everything transitions between states and between different life-forms but nothing is "waste". Principals...

Cortes Island Free Store and Recycling Centre
Dedicated to reducing, reusing and recycling what would otherwise be condemned to a landfill, the Cortes Free Store is staffed by volunteers and offers a unique shopping experience for Islander where everything is… free!

Recycling
Transforming previously used materials into new raw materials.

Materials & Manufacturing
Responsible resource stewardship, manufacturing, and recycling.

ByFusion Blocker
The ByFusion Blocker is an industrial machine for municipalities and Recycling Facilities that turns any category of plastic waste into a building material.

Zero Waste Manifesto
The Zero Waste Manifesto declares the rules and principles of a zero waste lifestyle--producing and consuming without producing materials that will be discarded into nature and the oceans--by considering the following values: 1. Well-being of Plants and Animals over Consumer Needs and Ease of Use 2....

ShareWaste
ShareWaste connects people who wish to recycle their kitchen scraps but don't do their own composting with their neighbours who are already composting, worm-farming or keep chickens.

Swedish Stockings
We believe the world needs more innovative and environmentally conscious products to lead the way, and so Swedish Stockings was launched. A forerunner in sustainably produced nylon stockings, Swedish Stockings produce beautiful pantyhose from recycled yarn. Our factories engage in sustainable practices...

Composting
The transformation of organic "waste" back into enhanced soil.

Abundance Ecovillage
The Abundance EcoVillage is a place where neighborhood design, energy, water, waste recycling, and landscaping are all designed to work in tune with nature. This means that the systems we use to obtain living necessities are both socially and environmentally responsible, resulting in better living conditions...



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