We can admit there are some weird items out here in the green world.
According to Ecoble, many designers and innovators are working hard to find fun and creative alternatives to make simple items greener. The latest is a phone made from hay.
The phone (designed by Je-Hyun Kim) is made with good intentions and breaks down after two years, then you can reuse the screen and the keypad for another green phone.
From dog hay to cow fat, there are many other items used to help protect the planet. Check them out in the gallery below.
SOURCE: Care2, Ecoble | PHOTO CREDIT: Facebook, Giphy
7 Weird Items Used In Green Culture (PHOTOS)
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1. Instead of throwing excess fur away, some people have started creating jackets with it!
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2. Earthrace, the fastest eco-boat in the world, is powered by human body fat.
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3. The Soccett is a fun and energy efficient soccer ball that stores energy when it's kicked or thrown around. Cool, right?
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4. Instead of using a regular coffin, try out Ecoffins. The eco-friendly item (not pictured) is made from bamboo and decomposes with the body.
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5. Grass Cell Phones aren't made from grass, but from hay. The item breaks down after two years, but you can keep the keypad and the screen for another green phone.
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6. Green Earth Technologies has developed biodegradeable engine oil made from cow fat.
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7. Vinegar is often used for cleaning chicken and baking, but did you know that you can wash your clothes with it as well? White vinegar is the best alternative to detergent.
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