What a blooming good idea.
Surely these crazy Swedes taking the piss? Oh wait, yes, they literally are.
A planet-friendly collaboration concept between Adidas and activist collective Parley for the Oceans.
You’ve probably heard a bit about rare Earth elements. Despite their value, we’re do a piss poor job recycling them. But chemists are now hoping to change that.
Only around 50 original Apple-I computers are thought to still exist, so this is an incredibly valuable find.
When magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners reach the end of their lifetime, hospitals have to deal with a large piece of electronic waste, stuffed with potentially dangerous parts. Unless a physics lab can make use of them. Read more >>
The UK alone contributed 1.5 million tonnes of e-waste, the sixth highest worldwide.
What was once the preserve of hippies is now a massive corporate machine that waxes and wanes with the global markets.
They're all rolled up, glued into paper logs, sliced like lumber, and then turned into swanky looking glasses.
We visited an e-waste recycling facility in upstate New York to see the afterlife of dead tech for ourselves.
Some sort of joke to promote sport and you recycling things.
Only 4% in first effort, but your mini power packs could be rocking as high as 40% eco innards by 2025.
Welcome to the Christmas tree light recycling capital of the world, also known a Shijao, China.
So chuck all your discs onto the roof and voila you have free energy. I think that's how it works.
An entire assembly line full of hawk-eyed workers can't compare to the speed and accuracy of the Next Generation ZenRobotics Recycler.
Do they make helmets to protect against carpet burns?
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