Chocolate boxes could entirely disappear into the environment just as chocolate does in your mouth!

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Disposal of chocolate boxes couldn’t have been easier and more environmental-friendly! Marks and Spencer had been working on a material called ‘plantic’ with which they wanted to make chocolate trays. Plantic, which is made of starch and 100% compostable is now being used for their complete collection of ‘Swiss Chocolate Assortment’ paving the way to a new era of responsible food packaging.


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The soap that glows in the dark

Don’t bother using ordinary soaps anymore. Get invigorated using this chunk of glowing Uranium 238. At $6.99 a piece, this soap is environment-friendly too. Say goodbye to Irish Spring and Dove! “When you use our Uranium Glow In The Dark Periodic Table Soap you will be in your element every day.  Be careful not to create a nuclear reaction in the shower!


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BOTTLES UP, a boat constructed from discarded plastic bottles

No, it’s not a show-piece. It is actually a boat pieced together with discarded plastic bottles, and is meant to be boarded and navigated with paddles. Called the BOTTLES UP, it is said to be the first of its kind in Fiji. Owned by the Rain Tree Lodge located in Viti Levu, Fiji, the boat is the fruit of the combined effort of owner Tom and his employees.


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Environment friendly advertisement ideas using Nature

These days you can’t miss billboards or posters lurking here and there trying to sell a product or convey a message. Well…these traditional advertisements create a lot of waste. Curb is a natural media company which is dedicated in helping their clients to popularize their products by methods that make minimal environmental impact. Yes, the advertisements are implemented in such a way so that they do not create waste but do happen to reach the targeted consumers.


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