May 19, 2012Blog Archives
Recycled wooden shipping pallets can be adapted for all manner of uses, from bug mansions and bike racks to fishing stands, grouse butts and even temporary theatres.
Treehugger said it was the simplest DIY product they’d ever reported on – a bike rack adapted from two simple wooden pallets.
In Part 20 of our weekly link round-up, we’ll explore incredible airplane graveyards, strange guerrilla knitting, re-purposing and recycling tips, terrifying insane asylums and more.
Demolition can be fun to watch. But it’s not necessarily good for the environment, not least due to the waste generated. Enter Buffalo ReUse, New York’s only fully licensed, bonded and insured “Green Demolition & Salvage Company”.
When a beautiful stretch of Pacific coast became a dumping ground over 50 years, nature eventually fought back and smoothed the discarded glass into pretty trinkets that helped “Glass Beach” become a modern tourist attraction.