A team of scientists recently developed a biodegradable paper battery created with the help of 3D printing, so this week on The Biofriendly Podcast we discussed a few environmental pros and cons of this new technology. How does 3D printing work, what are the more sustainable options, and why do we need to ignore the movie Armageddon if we conquer space?
For this week in green we’ve got the real life Electric Avenue for you to rock down to, Samsung casts a fishing net to make phones, South Korea soaks up the sun with giant solar plum blossoms, and a new satellite that will see everything meteorologists cannot. You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we wrap up the show with things that are surprisingly still legal!
We are back with a brand new ‘This Week In Green’ on The Biofriendly Podcast for March 4, 2022! This week we’ve got tree batteries, a diaper highway, solar powered clothing, super seawomen, and more.
You can reduce your need for disposing of single-use batteries by purchasing rechargeable batteries instead, but if not call your local solid waste district to find a collection program or upcoming event.
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob go to ludicrous speed on the current state of electric vehicle batteries and discuss how far we have to go
Everybody wants their home to be a safe haven for themselves and their family. However, very few are aware that we actually have plenty of hazardous materials lying around in our homes. While hazardous materials are a health issue as is, when you try to dispose of them in the wrong way, they become an […]