Circular Economy Eco-Fashion

Original Article: “Fish net bikinis and mushroom death suits – eco fashion in pictures
by The Guardian

These brands are advancing the circular economy within fashion:

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Could You Be Saving Money On Your Boiler? [Infographic]

Identifying that you need a new boiler is one thing, understanding what boiler is best for you is another. So the pals from cast iron radiators 4u take you through the different types of boiler available, what to consider when deciding on which size of boiler to buy and how much it would cost to purchase and install a new combi-boiler.

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Upcycling 101: Thrift Shopping

Rare finds like vintage armoires and antique dressers are among the best pieces of furniture to repurpose, collect, or display in your home. But even ordinary used furniture and housewares can be transformed into unique and functional pieces! Collecting and repurposing furniture and household items is all the rage right now. Images of refurbished and made-over salvaged pieces can be seen splattered all over Pinterest and Facebook. This trend is known as “upcycling.” Continue reading “Upcycling 101: Thrift Shopping”

Reusing old broken Umbrellas

If it’s broken, mend it and reuse or donate.

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Don’t chuck that broken umbrella! by TheGoodLife
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If your umbrella has detached from its metal spines, tie or sew it back together with waxed floss, which will endure longer than regular thread.

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聚傘樹下五分鐘 (Five Minutes at Umbrella Tree) — Umbrella Movement

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E-Waste on the Rise [Infographic]

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Last year, the world produced nearly 54 million tons of electrical and electronic products, but only a fraction of it was reused, refurbished, or recycled. With a relatively short lifecycle, e-waste now litters dumpsites all over the world, exposing humans and the environment to toxic materials.

Some eco-conscious offices use industrial desks made mostly from recycled materials, while a number of homeowners have turned to reclaimed barnwood to create sustainable desks and entertainment centres. However, despite any sustainable intentions, there’s no stopping the constant influx of new and improved technology. In a world where a single year renders a cellphone obsolete, electronic waste is a big and growing problem.