28 Feb '16, 1pm

Spreading awareness on the global issue of #plastic waste in every way. Find out more:

For four nights in January, parts of London were lit up with stunning and luminous art installations as part of Lumiere London. Luzinterruptus’ intervention at Trafalgar Square took inspiration from their former work, Plastic Island, a floating installation of plastic bottles that symbolized the so-called “eighth” continent of garbage taking over parts of the Pacific Ocean. The Plastic Island in Trafalgar Square was made from 13,000 recycled bottles held within doughnut-shaped self-illuminated…

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Luminous floating rings in London are made from 13,000 recycled plastic bottles

Luminous floating rings in London are made from...

inhabitat.com 28 Feb '16, 2pm

The installation comprises two rings. The first ring is filled with 13,000 recycled plastic bottles retrieved from trash b...

World’s first Ocean Cleanup Array will start removing plastic from the seas in 2016 https://t.co/ZJpOjWFx1P

World’s first Ocean Cleanup Array will start re...

inhabitat.com 28 Feb '16, 4am

The Cleanup Array did draw criticism from some quarters, but after a year-long feasibility study , it was concluded that n...

3-D printing gets boozy with filament made from recycled beer waste

3-D printing gets boozy with filament made from...

inhabitat.com 29 Feb '16, 8am

The two filaments are both in 3Dom’s c2Composite line of recycled textiles and come wound on reusable, 100 percent bio-bas...

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mnn.com 26 Feb '16, 8pm

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usgbc.org 27 Feb '16, 12am

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#Luiis_3x ] KÓSMOS necklaces are made to last a...

inhabitat.com 24 Feb '16, 9pm

A small Malmö-based design studio by the Norwegian duo Kristin Løberg and Martina Zbinden has developed a new jewelry bran...