When combined with suitable nanofillers, the biodegradable polymer can act as an electricity conductor, the company says.
The Echoviren Pavilion has been hailed as ‘the world’s first 3D printed, full-scale architectural installation’.
The OneCoffee Cup uses 40 percent less plastic than the K-Cup, and according to the creators, is almost entirely biodegradable.
Instead of worrying about throwing these shoes in a landfill, you can simply bury them in your garden, guilt-free.
Ramshackel’s hemp alternative is more tedious to install, but it will not only last longer and look cool, it’s also less harmful to the planet.
Puma’s InCycle collection helps customers reduce personal waste generation while also decreasing petroleum consumption.
Made from a seaweed-derived plastic, this LED can be eaten or composted when it’s life as a lamp is over.