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Holidays are here – it is time for gifts for friends and family. Get into the latest trends of gifting organic wear. It is natural, safe and biodegradable. Most of us don’t know how much we add to pollution each …

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Throwing a thanksgiving party that is eco-friendly may not be as complicated as it seems. Just stick to the rule of Reduce, reuse and recycle. You can lessen the amount of wastage being made by only buying items that are …

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A study on the life cycle of three types of disposable bags i.e. compostable plastic, paper, and single-use plastic showed that both paper bags and compostable plastic needed more material per bag in the manufacturing process. This meant higher consumption …

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If you are planning on attending Halloween costume parties this Halloween, then make it a great experience by choosing a costume that will be comfortable to wear. If you have found a mask that is a full-over-the-head mask that is …

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Normally you would only think about place cards when planning a seating chart. However you would never really consider them as favors. An interesting new option is plantable place cards. These seating cards are biodegradable and when a guest plants …

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Putting on an extra layer of clothing can mean that you take a little longer to turn the heat on, or that you leave the heat on at a lower thermostat temperature. Every tiny bit that you can avoid cranking …

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A few years ago, what might have been considered a fad, is now a well-established trend in the fashion industry. Bamboo, jute, vegan leather, even candy wrappers and rice sacks are being turned into functional, fashionable handbags. These bags are …

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Kenaf is still not a household name. Recycling is king but not kenaf, nor any of the other plant fiber alternatives to wood pulping for that matter. We recycle, but we pay very little attention to finding the ultimate alternative …

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Many people are shockingly still not aware that wood and wood products come from living forests. From the cutting of huge tracts of forests to the poisoning of the rivers and streams with chlorine and dioxin run-off from paper mills, …

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Non-wood plant fibers have been used to make paper for centuries. Nowadays jute, kenaf and other similar fibers are cultivated in Southeast Asia and the Far East. Kenaf is one of the allied fibers of jute and shows similar 22characteristics. …

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