Using the same piece of paper up to 100 times could be ground-breaking in changing our everyday environmental impact.
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A new, reusable takeaway cup has an integrated payment chip to incentivise customers to reduce their takeaway cup consumption.
Dissolved denim can be transformed into an aerogel.
A drinks company has developed flavoured, edible straws to complement its drinks while cutting down on plastic waste.
A new packaging startup offers companies a sustainable shipping model with reusable packaging made from recycled materials.
A discount barcode in a new reusable shopping bag is designed to encourage customers to reduce the number of plastic bags thrown away.
A new street lamp uses an anaerobic digester powered by dog excrement to light a residential area in the UK.
UK startup takes on the traditional door-to-door milk delivery service and responds to a growing demand for milk alternatives.
A new subscription service that works with multiple brands, allows customers to return their cups to any participating store.
Environmental company Climeworks has developed a technique for filtering carbon dioxide directly out of the air.
A totally new approach to building skyscrapers has been dreamt up that uses 3D printed reusable apartments.
A process developed by researchers in China and California uses UV light to print on reusable, specially coated paper, helping to drastically reduce waste.
Soaking up 30 calories per meal, the reusable, washable AbsorbPlate is the Thai Health Promotion Foundation’s latest healthy eating tool.