Mexico City uses recycled plastic tricycle to fight congestion

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Given the concern with reducing waste, there have been an increasing number of innovations that try to combat this in some way. At Springwise, we have previously covered a toothbrush made from paper and a method for extracting usable nutrients from seafood processing. Now, Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, Thomas Hoogewerf has created the Better to Transport tricycle, made from materials commonly found in Mexico City's trash. Hoogewerf chose to create a tricycle not only as a way to use waste materials, but also as a response to Mexico City's transport issues. The cycles offer a cheaper, cleaner alternative to cars…

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