Time : 2020-03-20 19:08:47
Điểm: 9/10
Bamboo chopsticks are some of the world's most popular utensils, but create their fair share of waste. A company in Vancouver, Canada, is giving them a new life. Sometimes a good idea starts with frustration - when you understand how resource inefficient we are in our cities. I wanted to make sure to set an example of using chopsticks and create a viable business out of it. ChopValue collects used chopsticks from local restaurants. The sticks are cleaned, infused with resin and pressed into tiles. The tiles are used to make new products, including home decor, kitchenware and table tops. The company has recycled more than 25 million chopsticks to date. They hope to expand by taking their business model abroad. Some of the chopsticks have even found a new life as decor in the restaurants where they were sourced from.

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