Christmas is a stressful time for people who are into a more eco-friendly lifestyle. It is hard for us to … More
In recent years, humans have grown more aware of their negative impact on the environment. While many companies have embraced … More
Thermal Label Printers have been on my radar for quite some time. But I was hesitant to get one for … More
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Scott Munguia, a Mexican biochemical engineer named Scott Munguia has figured out a way to turn avocado pits into straws and single-use utensils.
Shrimp is a popular food source all over the world. They are healthy due to their high calcium, omega-3, protein and they are deliciously easy to prepare. Shrimp has been America’s most popular seafood for many years; in 2014 the average amount of shrimp eaten per person annually was 1.8 kilos! Despite being one of the most common allergens, shrimp are considered a delicacy and are very much in demand worldwide.
Yes, the Gardens by the Bay are an amazing green initiative that uses waste from the city and turns it into energy to power the entire park. Then there’s the tap water, that is cleaned using reverse osmosis which turns sewage into safe drinking water. It’s absolutely genius and the epitome of zero-waste. But…