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Marmol Radziner Bracelet

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LA architects craft jewelry from pre-consumer waste. $200.00

Marmol Radziner, the LA-based architecture firm well known for clean aesthetics and outside-the-box green thinking (check out their prefabs), has decided to apply its creative talents to jewelry design. The Marmol Radziner collection of bracelets and rings makes stylish use of the strips of bronze left over from making architectural models. The Wide Bracelet comes in both men's and women's......read more

Norpro Stainless Steel Compost Keeper

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Convenient, attractive kitchen storage for compost scraps $39.61

This odor-eliminating container from Norpro offers a convenient home for food scraps before you transfer them to an outside composter. Great for egg shells, peelings, coffee grounds, and more, with a stainless-steel handle for easy transport. Within the one-gallon unit's tight-fitting lid is a charcoal filter that delivers odor-free use for up to six months. It's properly sized to fit under the......read more

Further Hand Lotion

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Rich, luxuriant hand lotion derived from eco-friendly biofuel $12.50

Founded by a husband-and-wife team in Los Angeles, Further makes soaps, lotions and candles from locally sourced, depleted vegetable oils that are refined into biofuel. The used oils are collected from restaurants (like Mario Batali's Mozza group) then processed to provide fuel for the Further car fleet and glycerin for their products -- which are stocked in the bathrooms of the......read more

Landmade Cork Journal

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Sustainable scribbler from Michael Roger Press. $16.50

We've made no secret of our love for good products made from highly renewable, super lightweight cork around here. The Landmade Cork Journal adds another to the bunch. Made in New Jersey by Michael Roger Press using the traditional Smyth binding technique (instead of gluing), the notebook is hand-sewn which allows it to lay flat and provides extra durability. The acid-free paper comes......read more

Emeco Broom Chair by Philippe Starck

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Latest Emeco-Starck collaboration is made from 90% industrial waste $195.00

The partnership between superstar designer Philippe Starck and Pennsylvania chairmakers Emeco continues with Broom Chair, which is made using a mix of industrial waste. The simple, adaptable design reclaims plastic and wood fibers from factory floors, materials that otherwise be swept up and end up in a landfill. Starck explains: Imagine a guy who takes a humble broom and starts......read more

Skateback by Grove

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Skateboard wood waste fashioned into a vibrant case for iPhone 4/4S $49.00

Every week, we're told, one skateboard factory produces enough waste material to fill a city bus. With Skateback, a stylish iPhone case made from skateboard wood waste, Portland-based design companies Grove and MapleXO are doing their part to put a dent in it. And the collaborative effort is no run-of-the-mill design. Available in three colorways--vibrant, calm, and neutral--the striped......read more

Green Foam Surfboard

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Recycled from the waste dust generated by shaping surfboards. $619.00

The process of of shaping surfboards creates polyurethene dust waste that ends up in landfills. Green Foam Blanks intervenes in the process, recycling the dust into high quality surfboard blanks. It is a closed loop, cradle to cradle system that can go on for generations. There's been a wonderful increase in eco-surf boards as of late due to consumer demand. If you surf, you tend to love the......read more

Bloomin' Wrapping Paper

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Reduce your waste and give in style with Boomin's plantable eco gift-wrap kit. $19.95

Made from 100% post-consumer paper, using soy-based inks and organic pigments, Bloomin's plantable eco gift-wrap kit includes three big handmade sheets, five fully plantable To/From tags and five long natural raffia strands. The wrapping paper sheets and tags are packed with value and seeds (annuals and perennials). Available in chartreuse or coffee. Send a gift and watch it grow!...read more

Screen-Printed Pillows by Rebecca Atwood

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Made by hand in Rhode Island $109.00

Upstart NYC designer Rebecca Atwood blends traditional textile techniques with hand-painting to create simple, luxurious products for daily life. These hand screen-printed pillows from her 2014 collection offer a nice example of her output. Inspired by drawings from her sketchbook, the artwork is printed on linen in a variety of designs and colors, each with a down feather insert. An exposed......read more

Youngs Farm Jam

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New-look web shop from Project No. 8 features fresh spreads from a Long Island farm $12.00

Project No. 8, the NYC brand behind the concept shop at the Ace Hotel, recently revamped its online shop and introduced new edibles like this array of delectable jams from Long Island's Youngs Farm. The 120-year-old orchard is revered among locals for its homemade pies, creates jams and preserves made from the same seasonal bounty. The selections include classic fruit jams like raspberry, peach......read more

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