That’s right. Paper. They really have figured out a way to recycle everything for kitchen surfaces. PaperStone products are FSC-certified and made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Sound crazy? Here’s how it works: “Made from recycled paper that has been saturated with our proprietary PetroFree(tm) phenolic resins and selected natural […]
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A lot of design in green homes often raises the question – how much space do we really need? Architect Michael Katz and designer Janet Corne offer the L41 (“all for one”) that squeezes everything you need into 220 square feet of awesomeness. According to Treehugger, Katz didn’t intend to […]
We all know that compact fluorescent lights are one of the best eco-lighting options out there. But the potential risk of a broken bulb is a real one – especially with that bit of mercury inside. That risk became a reality for Tom Irvine, the chief executive of Florida-based Clear-Lite […]
Inhabitat always chooses to highlight the most interesting books and this week is no different. They’ve selected Building Green: A How-to Guide to Alternative Building Methods. This book seems to cover the soup to nuts construction of a “green” residence and at $20 you can’t go wrong.