Energy efficient computers Computers contain some of the most difficult materials to recycle, toxic chemicals and circuit boards are harmful to the environment when dumped and energy consumption by powerful machines can often be astronomical. Now that performance and design… Read More »Top Eco Tech to Reduce your Company’s Carbon Footprint
Newsflash! There’s a UK mobile service provider who cares more about the environment than making massive profits. Green Mobile has some great packages that give something back to the environment. Firstly, they encourage you to keep your current phone rather… Read More »Turn your mobile phone green
London based boutique electronics company, Hulger, is searching for a producer for their latest design project, the Plumen low-energy light bulb. They were designed to counter the ugliness of CFLs that are currently available, and are objects d’art in their… Read More »Low-energy bulbs like you’ve never seen them before
We have 5 bamboo USB drives on key chains to give away, courtesty of Farfromboring.com eco-friendly promotional products. More eco-friendly than plastic, bamboo is proving a popular alternative in the making of PCs and their accessories. These drives are sold… Read More »Win one of 5 cool bamboo USB drives
I’ve been using Biocare bathroom cleaner for around six months. It’s the best eco-friendly bathroom cleaner in my opinion (I’ve tried a few) and certainly one that handles limescale without fail, which was where I feel that some products that… Read More »EcoReview: Biocare bathroom cleaner
We’re mopping up the news stories that haven’t had their own featured blog posts at EcoStreet this week. And what a busy week it’s been too. There’s no longer any doubt about climate change, Gordon Brown’s government is threatening our… Read More »EcoStreet’s Eco-radar – 13th July 2007
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klooRS-Jjyo] According to Greenpeace, two thirds of all energy generated in the UK’s nuclear, coal and gas fuelled power stations is lost as waste heat – that’s enough heat to meet the whole of the UK’s heating and hot water… Read More »What are we waiting for?