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Serving up plant-based plastics - Plastics News

ROSEMONT, ILL. — The ownership of Stillwater, Minn. , mold maker and manufacturer VistaTek LLC created an independent company to manufacture plates, bowls and other items from plant-based plastics. Called SelfEco, the company produces various food service items — plates, bowls, cups, cutlery — and other supplies that are compostable in commercial composting facilities. The company will introduce a new line of home and garden products this month at Cultivate’15, a horticulture show in Columbus, Ohio. SelfEco was created in part to help mitigate highs and lows of mold making business, VistaTek account manager Al Mishek said at Amerimold 2015 in Rosemont. SelfEco products are injection molded in Stillwater in a shared location with VistaTek. “One of the benefits for us, in our opinion, was to kind of be our own customer,” Danny Mishek, SelfEco president and VistaTek managing director, explained in a follow-up phone interview. “We’ve always been a contract manufacturer, so it’s nice to build parts that we have patent pending, and that we have ownership of. ”. SelfEco products are made with polylactic acid supplied by NatureWorks LLC, and PLA blends. VistaTek has experimented with using plant-based materials in the past, but “really started gaining momentum when we had our own personal interest regarding an end product that could be composted or recycled,” Mishek said. “This was kind of newer to our industry there’s not a lot of people right now that we compete with that run PLA or want to run PLA. It is unique, and right now we feel that we have a couple years experience in using this material,” he said. Sometimes that experience produces some odd side effects. One product for the home and garden line, a plantable pot with plant nutrients blended into the PLA, gives off an odor like maple syrup in processing. “We definitely know when we’re running that material in our shop, because it has a food smell to it, a sweeter maple smell to it,” Danny Mishek said. SelfEco will present a selection of its products to Wal-Mart Stores Inc. manufacturing summit this month. The company has also received interest from local organizations and other retailers, Mishek said. “I do really see this as creating a new lifestyle for people who want to buy smarter, looking for an end game in composting,” he said. “Even if they don’t compost, people do like that it’s renewably sourced — all our. Source: www.plasticsnews.com

Educational efforts teach students internationally about waste, recycling - Waste Dive

Across the world, industry leaders, educators, and even parents are making an effort to teach children and teenagers how to be sustainable at an impressionable age. Whether they're learning the benefits of a compost system or reimagining trash as beautiful instruments, the future leaders of the world will have a better understanding of how to keep the Earth clean due to educational efforts that are being put... The program is aimed at lowering the volume of school food sent to landfills, which will be achieved by recycling food waste from the school system into a compost system. Students will be taught about compostable food and will be encouraged to recycle such food waste by way of collection containers at lunchtime. The lessons will teach children and young adults To prepare district workers for the program's start next year, the contractor who will be picking up the food waste will come to Maple Shade and spend a few in-service days this summer to teach... The district has 2,200 students in a community of about 20,000 people, which Kauffman called "a blue collar town. " He leads an educational effort that teaches some of his country’s poorest children to play violin, clarinet, flute, and other traditional orchestral instruments, all fashioned out of trash. Oil can-bodied violins, clarinets made of metal tubing, spoons, and buttons, and a flute fashioned of metal tubing, cutlery, and coins are some of the many instruments created by one local trash salvager who was tasked with making cheap, usable... "We believe we are conveying a dream when we play with the recycled instruments," Szaran said. "Playing melodies made out of trash that move people's hearts. [it] turns the key that unlocks the deepest feelings in children and young kids, [who] begin to re-evaluate their own lives in which they have it all. Source: www.wastedive.com

From tattooing to steampunk: artist Daniel Fisher - ABC Local

In the beginning, says Daniel as he sips herbal tea in his kitchen in Busselton, he "just made stuff". "If it was pretty, and if it was driven by emotion or colours, that was enough reason for me to make something. This year, he won an important WA sculpture prize and the shed is crammed with materials and ideas in the making. Having left school at 15, Daniel feels that his lack of education left him wanting, unable to appreciate art on a conceptual level. He was bemused by those who had studied art and who took such an analytical approach. "Jeez," he thought to himself, "there's a lot of talk. Let's just make stuff. Steampunk Daniel had no idea of Steampunk as a movement until other people began to attach the label to his work. "I had no real solid direction or consciousness," he said. "I was acting on emotion, acting and reacting. That's the way my life was. Recycling is the foundation of the movement he feels, and as a struggling artist unable to afford new materials, that came naturally. The core essence of Steampunk is about the post-apocalyptic world, says Daniel. "If the world ended now, we'd lose technology. "Whereas back in the Victorian age, any person with an education could grasp the world's technology. The builders, the farmers and those with skills will be the survivors, he says. "I get excited by that idea. Roos in the backyard Earlier this year, Daniel won the Minnawarra Art Awards 2015 with his sculpture My Friend Bongo. A major WA sculpture prize, Daniel was happy to pick up the award. "It's noteworthy to be accepted into it," he said. Entirely made from recycled materials, the piece was modelled on a joey which was a frequent visitor to the garden. "I have kangaroos living in my backyard," he said laughing. "In suburbia. The roos are no doubt attracted by the lush grass. "Little Bongo and his mum took up residence," Daniel explained. "I started observing and I made what I saw. Emotion still drives Daniels work. this kind of driving thing that I have to make stuff. In the past it's been a curse. That obsession with art cost him his marriage and nearly cost Daniel contact with his son as well. "I've had to untangle everything in the past four years. During that four years, Daniel. Source: www.abc.net.au

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  • Delray's new 'Reimagined' exhibit focuses on the avant-garde

    07/12/15 ,via Palm Beach Post

    By using recycled cutlery and sunglasses, shows hopes to illustrate that adding value can ultimately reduce waste. On a lighter note, artist Jason Mecier, from San Francisco, uses “junk” including food and candy to make vivid and amusing mosaic portraits.

  • Serving up plant-based plastics

    07/10/15 ,via Plastics News

    Called SelfEco, the company produces various food service items — plates, bowls, cups, cutlery — and other supplies that are compostable in commercial composting facilities. The company will introduce a new line of home and garden products this month

  • The Unlikely Alliance That Is Fixing School Lunches

    07/09/15 ,via Co.Exist

    The group also wanted to develop ways to use government spending to expand the market for sustainable foods, as has been done for things like recycled paper and green building materials. "We've seen, in the past, that when government uses its

  • AGENDA Brings the Latest from Streetwear and Lifestyle Brands Worldwide to ...

    07/10/15 ,via Long Beach Post

    More than 750 surf, skate, streetwear and lifestyle brands set up camp at the Long Beach Convention Center this Wednesday and Thursday for the fashion trade show well-known to industry insiders as Agenda. Small and large companies alike came in ready 

  • Music continues to play in memory of a friend

    07/20/15 ,via InsideHalton.com

    “Every aspect of the event relates back to something Owen believed in,” said friend and event organizer Alicia Rubino. All the plates and cutlery will be biodegradable and everything that can be recycled will be. She noted the event usually only

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From street food cones made of recycled paper, to banana leaves for plates. New in India: edible cutlery. https://t.co/LAOSYmVfMP #Earth_Ed 07/29/17, @ruchikaonline
Plastic cutlery is not biodegradable and is too small to be recycled. Consider reusable utensils! #DontBeALitterbug… https://t.co/H7U4w7GCo0 07/28/17, @MiLivingGreen
@AnnetteWardell @marksandspencer Now I would like to know the answer to that, I've got metal cutlery & recycled kit… https://t.co/MAqwPPbVTw 07/27/17, @VeganOlive1
Dropped a tray of plastic cutlery on the ground in #Token today and felt so bad knowing clean plastic wasn't going to be recycled. Help me.. 07/24/17, @AlexChahill
#waronwaste @Qantas, so much unnecessary packaging from onboard snacks/cutlery that isn't recycled. 07/24/17, @gezz_a_belle

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