Countertop Plastic Bag Dryer

Countertop Plastic Bag Dryer

Rinse out your plastic bags and reuse them. Why not? A lot of times I get stuck using paper towels to dry my hands with, too, so I usually use those out to dry for reuse. This would work for that, too.

  • An ancient Ayurvedic practice, scraping your tongue gets rid of far more bacteria and odor-causing debris than brushing alone. This one from Preserve is (you guessed it!) 100% recyclable and made from 100% recycled materials.

  • This is a ceramic, double walled (for insulation), coffee cup that resembles a take-out paper cup. This particular design has a silicone lid that securely attaches to the cup. The outside is matte and the inside is glazed. I ... This is a ceramic, double walled (for insulation), coffee cup that resembles a take-out paper cup. This particular design has a silicone lid that securely attaches to the cup. The outside is matte and the inside is glazed. I prefer a version that Starbucks put out a few months ago. Their version is pretty much the same, but the outside is glazed (and of course has their logo) and the lid is plastic with a silicone liner to keep liquids sealed in. The key difference between the two is the price. "I Am Not A Paper Cup" is roughly $20 and the Starbucks version is $12. The upsides to either is that if you are a daily coffee drinker, you don't have to trash a paper cup and plastic lid every time you get take-out coffee. The downside is that both of them hold about 8 oz. - not favorable if you normally order a "grande" at Starbucks. Another issue for commuters is that it is not spill-proof or splash-proof. And finally, the Starbucks version CANNOT go into the microwave.

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  • Whenever I think about that island of plastic grocery bags the size of Texas that's out there in the Pacific it makes me ill. We all need to change our habits and start taking our re-usable canvas totes with us to the market. Okay... Whenever I think about that island of plastic grocery bags the size of Texas that's out there in the Pacific it makes me ill. We all need to change our habits and start taking our re-usable canvas totes with us to the market. Okay, I'll get off my soapbox now... Anyway, this cool tote has a beautiful depiction of a tree combined with some seriously funky type and will show your support for the planet and all things green. Happens to be another of my designs from my shop at cafepress so everybody crack those wallets open and snap one up today! :^)

  • The EPA recommends using a WaterSense Labeled toilet... to flush all their... ahem... anyways... these toilets use only 1.3 gallons instead of the traditional 3.5 gallon flush. This estimates out to a $90 savings! Use this web... The EPA recommends using a WaterSense Labeled toilet... to flush all their... ahem... anyways... these toilets use only 1.3 gallons instead of the traditional 3.5 gallon flush. This estimates out to a $90 savings! Use this website for information on saving water in all areas of your home.

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  • Want a low-flow shower head WITH pressure? Here ya go! It saves 20% more water and energy than a standard! And it's only.... $17!?!

  • Upon recommending the stylish "Worm Inn" ~ I needed to know where to get the little wrigglies!

  • For smaller yards, it is much easier to pull this bad boy out than worry about gas and oil and starting and noise. Just seems ridiculous NOT to use it. (Over an acre, look into an electric) Also, I will take this time to remind... For smaller yards, it is much easier to pull this bad boy out than worry about gas and oil and starting and noise. Just seems ridiculous NOT to use it. (Over an acre, look into an electric) Also, I will take this time to remind people to LEAVE THE GRASS CLIPPINGS ON THE LAWN! As long as the grass isn't so high that it's leaving huge clumps, those clippings are better for your grass (nitrogen=green) than any fertilizer. I'm an ex-landscape designer, so you can trust me.

  • It gets great reviews on easy installation and savings of approx. 33% on electric bill. Many users say they have the water heater set to be on for only 4 hours a day (around peak usage) instead of 24! Sometimes I wonder why logi... It gets great reviews on easy installation and savings of approx. 33% on electric bill. Many users say they have the water heater set to be on for only 4 hours a day (around peak usage) instead of 24! Sometimes I wonder why logic has to be bought! Looks like these are easy to find around Amazon and maybe your local store.

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  • How totally cool (like, really!) I love my iced tea, so I follow my dentist's advice in drinking those staining liquids through a straw so the front of my teeth don't suffer the consequences....AND......believe it or not........s... How totally cool (like, really!) I love my iced tea, so I follow my dentist's advice in drinking those staining liquids through a straw so the front of my teeth don't suffer the consequences....AND......believe it or not........straws have been a major issue with the waste and the way I reuse the same ones at home. Not sure anything qualifies as functional art as much as this! Some may not consider this to be a NEED, but it is for me!! Super strong glass Used with cold or hot liquids (hot?) Guaranteed against breakage Cleaning brush available

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  • Cool style! You know that advice your dentist gives you about drinking dark, staining liquids through a straw so that less staining occurs to the front of your teeth? Well, I've been following that advice via my iced tea addicti... Cool style! You know that advice your dentist gives you about drinking dark, staining liquids through a straw so that less staining occurs to the front of your teeth? Well, I've been following that advice via my iced tea addiction and one thing has been bothering me...the straw! I reuse the same few over and over at home, but believe it or not.............these make total sense to me! My next purchase.

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  • These two guys who started making non-petroleum, safe oils are my new favorite people. This is fuel for your patio torch (as I do not use one since the traditional oil makes me nervous). Made 100% natural (from recycled restaura... These two guys who started making non-petroleum, safe oils are my new favorite people. This is fuel for your patio torch (as I do not use one since the traditional oil makes me nervous). Made 100% natural (from recycled restaurant oil) and biodegradable with added citrus smell. Comes with wick best suited for their oil. Now, I'm off to the store to finally get a torch.....

  • Ok, I'll admit ~ I buy lots of responsible stuff, but I'm not to purchasing TP online yet. But when I do, this would be the stuff. It was rated by Ideal Bite as being the softest and most environmentally friendly. Made from 100... Ok, I'll admit ~ I buy lots of responsible stuff, but I'm not to purchasing TP online yet. But when I do, this would be the stuff. It was rated by Ideal Bite as being the softest and most environmentally friendly. Made from 100% recycled paper Whitened without chlorine Safe for septic systems Safe for microwaves (what? this is too funny)

  • When you hear the word sustainable, do you think about going dancing? No, well maybe this company will change that! "Multi-color bio-degradable synthetic “scrap” upper with tan piped ankle strap, second generation square wood ... When you hear the word sustainable, do you think about going dancing? No, well maybe this company will change that! "Multi-color bio-degradable synthetic “scrap” upper with tan piped ankle strap, second generation square wood heel, and open cell rubber for added comfort." Also made in the USA with water-based glues.

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  • Ok, I've been using this for almost a month now and what I thought was going to be awkward turns out to be comfortable. That hump in the handle........melts right into your palm. And the medium brush is more like soft, which my ... Ok, I've been using this for almost a month now and what I thought was going to be awkward turns out to be comfortable. That hump in the handle........melts right into your palm. And the medium brush is more like soft, which my dentist recommended. Overall: Happy "Replaceable head toothbrush with renewable resource handle. Wood Fiber blended with PLA, a plastic derived entirely from Nebraska maize. The resulting material is 100% renewal resource." It is kind of silly that we must throw away an entire toothbrush. I'm not sure how much impact this would have, but it states something about how one prefers to live.

  • Great idea for an animal lover. Ok, who isn't? Wouldn't we all love a bucket of frogs as a representation of our adoption of the threatened amphibian? They have been dwindling in numbers - even the ones in our backyard, so they... Great idea for an animal lover. Ok, who isn't? Wouldn't we all love a bucket of frogs as a representation of our adoption of the threatened amphibian? They have been dwindling in numbers - even the ones in our backyard, so they need all the help they can get. Choose from 91 animals (penguins, bats and bonobos, oh my).

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  • I admit, this is more of a curiosity to me. However, perhaps it could be a viable option to outdoor grilling. Sunlight enters through the glass door, while the black inside transforms it to heat. Bake, boil or steam similar... I admit, this is more of a curiosity to me. However, perhaps it could be a viable option to outdoor grilling. Sunlight enters through the glass door, while the black inside transforms it to heat. Bake, boil or steam similar to the rate of a conventional oven without ever burning. Collapsible and only 21lbs. Ok, so maybe I'm convincing myself to get one now! How awesome for camping or the backyard!

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  • Bring on the solar. Too bad they don't have a solar-powered Sirius radio or CD player, but another good start. Great for backyards, hiking, camping or just inquisitive kids (or adults :) Three ways to charge: sun, hank-crank, p... Bring on the solar. Too bad they don't have a solar-powered Sirius radio or CD player, but another good start. Great for backyards, hiking, camping or just inquisitive kids (or adults :) Three ways to charge: sun, hank-crank, plug-in. 30 seconds of cranking = 35 minutes of Dave Matthews. The rechargable NiMH battery can hold 20 hours of playtime. AM/FM/SW/LW

  • With the November 19th release of this car, BMW will become the first manufacturer of premium automobiles to deploy all electric vehicles for private use in daily traffic. The car is nearly silent and emissions free. It's range... With the November 19th release of this car, BMW will become the first manufacturer of premium automobiles to deploy all electric vehicles for private use in daily traffic. The car is nearly silent and emissions free. It's range is about 150 miles.

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  • A biodegradable alternative to paper towels. The cloth breaks down in five weeks! But can be used for up to a year in the household. Cotton and cellulose-pulp, chlorine-free. Created form two mothers in California and based ... A biodegradable alternative to paper towels. The cloth breaks down in five weeks! But can be used for up to a year in the household. Cotton and cellulose-pulp, chlorine-free. Created form two mothers in California and based off a similar product one used in Europe in the late 90's. Please support them!

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  • I think having any kind of rain barrel is a benefit, but for those that 'em usually want to push it further and further (especially those with a large garden). A 55 gallon barrel doesn't hold that much water (some say will fill i... I think having any kind of rain barrel is a benefit, but for those that 'em usually want to push it further and further (especially those with a large garden). A 55 gallon barrel doesn't hold that much water (some say will fill in less than 5 minutes). For a much more elaborate plan, check out these guys. They have everything you need (for a price, of course). 30, 55, 75, 80, and (*gasp) 214-gallon rain barrels.

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  • Anywhere you are in the world, as long as you have access to water - you'll be up on time! I'm stunned since I never heard of water power being used on such a small scale before!

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  • Find out how much you could be saving with solar! Enter your address and a satellite image of your house appears. Add solar panel spots and the angle of your roof and the program calculates how much you would save monthly, on ... Find out how much you could be saving with solar! Enter your address and a satellite image of your house appears. Add solar panel spots and the angle of your roof and the program calculates how much you would save monthly, on your electric bill, if solar panels were added. I couldn't get the right electric company to pop up, but I got an idea anyway. Perhaps if I signed up, it would be more accurate.

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  • The story behind these pencils will make you want to buy them! The wood of the pencil is made from reclaimed wood (100% recycled)...from old buildings, bridges, railroad ties, barns and mills. The lead is non-waxed and with a gr... The story behind these pencils will make you want to buy them! The wood of the pencil is made from reclaimed wood (100% recycled)...from old buildings, bridges, railroad ties, barns and mills. The lead is non-waxed and with a green, vinyl eraser. Why is using reclaimed wood important? This eliminates the need for virgin wood, which builds roads in roadless areas, affecting indigeous people.