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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

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

Moss Terrarium Bottle

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Micro ecosystem in a recycled wine bottle $38.00

Nothing like a little mossy microcosm to add a calming effect to a room. This Moss Terrarium Bottle from Uncommon Goods brings the tranquility of the outdoors inside. Housed in a recycled wine bottle, the terrarium features three types of moss, along with soil, drainage materials and a bamboo chopstick for shifting things around. It looks so nice and cozy, you may just want to climb in for a......read more

Recycled Billboard iPad Sleeve

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The movie banner iPad case from Aire. $49.00

There are a ton of iPad accessories out there, and some of them have solid green credentials, but none hit quite like this protective sleeve made from recycled movie banners. Created by Aire, a crew of designers whose practice is predicated on saving movie ad banners from the landfill, the iPad sleeve offers a literal interpretation of Hollywood product placement. Billboards are of course......read more

Stewart/Stand Bi-Fold Wallet

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Made from recycled stainless steel and houndstooth tweed. $72.00

Stewart/Stand makes compact and sustainable accessories from recycled stainless steel fabric. The ultra-durable material, used extensively in many industries, is surprisingly lightweight and smooth to the touch. This vegan bi-fold wallet is a fave. Finished with classic houndstooth, which contrasts nicely with the modern steel fabric, it has an innovative interior design featuring crossing card......read more

EkoMiko Candles

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Recycled wine bottle candles get the green light. $69.00

Your standard aromatherapy candle is made from petroleum-based wax, with a chemically-treated cotton wick, packaged in a new glass container. Soothing and sensual though it may be, it ain't green. Enter EkoMiko's line of eco-friendly aromatherapy candles. Created by actress/environmentalist Izabella Miko (of Deadwood, Coyote Ugly, and The Cape fame), EkoMiko candles are hand-poured using organic......read more

Reclaimed Slate Cheeseboard

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With this chalkboard serving platter, you'll never mix up the Brie and Camembert again. $48.00

If this was what elementary school was really like, we would've tried harder. This smart cheeseboard is made of reclaimed chalkboards from Franklin Elementary School in Quincy, Illinois. The board is divided into four sections and includes a piece of chalk so your guests know what cheese is what. Recycled wine cork feet mean the slate board won't slip and scratch the table....read more

ReMakes Placemats

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Recycled billboard vinyl hits the dinner table. $15.99

At the end of its, ahem, "useful" life, billboard vinyl typically heads to the landfill, where it slowly leeches toxins for the next gazillion years. ReMakes intervenes in that nasty cycle, using the spent PVC vinyl to make these handsome and functional placemats. Each placemat comes adorned with a QR code, which you can scan with your smartphone for a daily eco-factoid. ReMakes Placemats come in......read more

Matt & Nat

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Minimalist bags and accessories made from recycled plastic bottles $75.00

Montreal design house Matt & Nat has been making vegan-friendly carry goods since 1995, all of which feature linings made of 100% recycled plastic bottles (each bag keeps an average of 21 plastic bottles out of the landfill). Hidden details and sustainable ideas abound in every design -- from matte black hardware to cork labeling to pockets in the right places. Call it boho-chic, minimalist......read more

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