This company in Tampa, Florida takes all the unwanted tech of big companies and individuals, recycles what they can, then donates the perfectly usable devices and equipment to kids.
After spending so much time in your home in 2020, you might be in need of a refresh. Here’s some ways to improve your space without upsetting your bank account.
Before you stuff your stocking, buy your cards or put the presents under the tree, here are five alternative gift giving ideas you can use to show some love, save money, the environment and reduce waste.
Charis Williams known as the Salvage Sister shows you how to upcycle old driftwood, leftover cutlery and chain to create handy hanging hooks for the household. Williams also shows how the same skills and materials can be used for freestanding version of the low cost and upcycled hooks.
Faraz Sayed, a volunteer fixer at The Restart Project, shows you how to update your old PC laptop hard drive to a SSD. Giving your old computer lying around the house a new lease on life, faster processing speed and saving you money by not having to buy a new computer.
In an attempt to refine the information overload, I have picked the articles that I think are most engaging; voices that will both inspire and anger; brands worthy of attention; and concepts that will encourage reflection on this industry and how we interact with it. Here are the five topics that dominated the discussion:
Upcycling: the latest ephemeral trend or a way of life? I think it could just be the latter. With more and more of us beginning to care about the mark we leave on this planet, upcycling is a perfect place to start.
'The Next Big Thing?' is a series of blogs that will focus on small businesses and startup brands in the U.K. Whether they