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bubblegum bin
November 28, 2009, 7:53 pm
Filed under: biomimicry & Ecology, Materials, Product Design | Tags: , ,

Our streets our littered with used chewing gum, but next time your bubble loses its pop, don’t drop it—recycle it! Anna Bullus’s Bubble gum bin is made from Gumnetic, a new biodegradable material she developed made from sterilized used chewing gum and bio resin. The bin keeps chewing gum litter from our sidewalks and shoes and when full, the entire container is recycled to make even more bins. How’s that for cradle-to-cradle?

via:: inhabitat

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