Good news for fans of alternative fuels! (And who isn't! Well, ok, money-grubbing petroleum industry scum and nuclear fuel evil scientists!) New studies on ethanol gas report that making a gallon of ethanol gas (made from corn) requires 95 percent less petroleum than a gallon … [Read more...] about Ethanol More Eco-Friendly Than Ever
Archives for January 2006
This black finished solar lamppost light will look great in your garden or on your patio. It doesn't require power from an AC source, so you won't have to worry about a timer or transformer. It has a 5 watt output and will charge enough energy during an average day to last all … [Read more...] about Solar Deck Lights
"Hand-powered technology, or how I stopped using batteries and learned to get a little exercise in the process." Yep, although things like flashlights and other handy items have been available with a hand-crank power thingy since like WWII, they're getting new life through a few … [Read more...] about Hand-Powered Technology
The Check Gallery offers an environmentally friendly alternative to your standard checks. Featuring soy-based ink and 24lb. MICR bond paper, they've got dozens of designs to choose from, mostly nature-inspired themes. Their prices aren't too bad, either. Around 13 bucks for a … [Read more...] about Recycled Checks
Check out these excellent Texas Tomato Cages which come in a variety of sizes and will "last a lifetime" as they say on their website. They're made of galvanized wire and fold up for quick storage. Pretty cool that these folks are running a successful small business with this … [Read more...] about Texans Create Super Tomato Cage!