biodegradable

In 2014, scientists discovered that oyster mushrooms grown in a substrate of used diapers and lignin can break down cellulose found in the diapers for food, which reduces the diapers' weight and volume by up to 80%. (Martin Cooper/Creative Commons)

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Certain biological processes harbor inherent potential for truly disposing of synthetic waste.
My wife Mimi and I are building a green energy efficient home in northern Austin County, Texas. We were planning to use forms for the house walls supplied by Therma Steel, Agriboard or Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) available from several sources.... Read More
This time-lapse video condenses 14 days of EcoCradle™ growth into 14 seconds.
An innovative way to make and dispose of packaging: grow it and throw it back into your garden. This company is trying to revolutionize the way we make packaging. Like this idea? Vote for it, and maybe we'll feature it on TV.