Eco-Revolution was created to create real American Jobs.
Back in 2011 inventor Akinori Ito unveiled a machine that breaks down plastic bags, turning them into usable crude oil.
Working through environmental regulations, utility contracts and bank-loan requirements was one challenge; persuading farmers to get on board was another.
Harvey Lacey says turning polluting materials such as plastic bags and Styrofoam into building blocks is a sustainable option.
After founding an 80 store chain of mattress stores 40 years ago, Jerry Wilson knew a thing or two about mattresses.
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â€œHydrocarbon doesnâ€™t harm the human body, and there is no air pollution, contamination of the land or odor,â€ said owner Michael Koh.
Shepard describes the invention as half-windmill and half-kite.
Based outside of Washington, DC in Stafford, Virginia, Tina Dean Designs is owned by Tina Dean Allen.
With the introduction of the CompoKeeper, diverting kitchen scraps from going to the landï¬ll is now a piece of cake.
Dan Blake, the co-founder and chief executive officer of EcoScraps is turning food waste into a profitable compost business.
The first question that Iâ€™m sure immediately comes to everyoneâ€™s mind is how a paper bottle full of wine doesnâ€™t just turn to mush moments after being filled.
A little over a year ago, Nick Schklair, a veteran of IT marketing and sales, was working on a very new project and stumbled on a totally new (for him) market.
Klein’s idea for reusable connecting plastic bottles came to him four years ago in a dream.
What possible use could Josh have for all that old oil?
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