The U.S. Open is going strong, and they’re gonna go through around 100,000 fresh tennis balls. Sadly, that means the top players will soon have thousands of useless tennis balls.
The occurrence of heatwaves, floods, and droughts globally should be a reminder for us to take action. We must quickly reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and aim to eliminate
As solar power continues its remarkable ascent as a prominent electricity source, it is imperative that we carefully consider the vital aspect of recycling these panels once they reach their
The Speyer wine bottle is claimed to be the world’s oldest bottle of wine which is made of glass, dating back to between 325 and 350 AD. Glass’s broad usage
Recycling plastic is a real bummer. Apparently, only 15% of plastic waste gets recycled globally, and even then, almost half of that just gets thrown away. So basically, only 9%
You’re not alone if you have a hoard of unwanted, unused, or expired medications in a cupboard or drawer someplace in your home and don’t know how to get rid
Bridgestone, one of the world’s leading tyre producers, plans to produce radio-tagged tyres in 2024 to help lower the carbon footprint of its commercial vehicle tyre line. Tires on vehicles
NASA is now working on a compaction device that might convert astronaut waste into tiles that can later be utilized for practical uses such as radiation shielding. Reduce, reuse, recycle