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I'd like to share what I know about: Sustainability, Recycling, green business, remanufacturing, Environment

I'd like to discover more about: Materials, Chemistry, Business, Manufacturing

Recycle Everything is a concept for recycling everything we humans make--appliances, furniture, cars, electronics, buildings--everythingCan everything be recycled? Yes, but it’s going to take imagination and innovation. Right now, we are taking what we want from the planet, using it, and throwing it away. It’s a … more

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April 30, 2010
Happy to have you as a member of the art is life... life is art community. I see that you're the director for the Institute of Material Sustainability and that you're a strong proponent of reducing our environmental impact through recycling and other means. You may want to check out these other great communities on Lunch:
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April 30, 2010
Hi, Count! Thanks for writing to me. I checked out your profile and enjoyed your analysis of Nosferatu. I would also like to have a classless society. I always recoil when I discover people actually like having classes and aspire to be in the upper ones. To me, that's a strange view of society. Anyway, I wondered if you would be interested in the concept of recycling everything. It's a little out of your ordinary scope but I would be interested in what you think about it. It's a bit futuristic because many of the things I talk about are not a reality yet. It reorients people's mindset about what is possible. Please check it out... www.rebk.org. Let me know what you think.
 
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