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[{"textkey":1,"title":"Description","text":"Keep produce firm, fresh and flavorful with this airtight vegetable keeper set. Designed in fun veggie shapes, they’re easy to identify contents and spot in the fridge. Twist-lock lid helps keep odors out while sealing in flavor and texture, helping prevent food waste and extending the life of your favorite produce. Plastic; dishwasher safe. Set of 4 includes onion (4 1/2\" high x 4 1/2\&q...

[{"textkey":1,"title":"Description","text":"Keep produce firm, fresh and flavorful with this airtight vegetable keeper set. Designed in fun veggie shapes, they’re easy to identify contents and spot in the fridge. Twist-lock lid helps keep odors out while sealing in flavor and texture, helping prevent food waste and extending the life of your favorite produce. Plastic; dishwasher safe. Set of 4 includes onion (4 1/2\" high x 4 1/2\&q...

Dieselcraft OC-50 Centrifuge is designed to clean, used engine oil, Biodiesel, waste vegetable oil without disposable filters. To know more about oil centrifuge Visit: https://interfil.com.au/portfolio/centrifuge-products/

Dieselcraft OC-50 Centrifuge is designed to clean, used engine oil, Biodiesel, waste vegetable oil without disposable filters. To know more about oil centrifuge Visit: https://interfil.com.au/portfolio/centrifuge-products/

COLOUR PALLETTE Autarchy (2012) by Italian designers Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin of FormaFantasma, Eindhoven, Netherlands, is made of flour (including Geechie Boy cornmeal), agricultural waste, vegetable dyes, beeswax, and pine tar. It is on view in the exhibition F.O.O.D. (Food, Objects, Objectives, Design) to July 7. #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldFair

COLOUR PALLETTE Autarchy (2012) by Italian designers Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin of FormaFantasma, Eindhoven, Netherlands, is made of flour (including Geechie Boy cornmeal), agricultural waste, vegetable dyes, beeswax, and pine tar. It is on view in the exhibition F.O.O.D. (Food, Objects, Objectives, Design) to July 7. #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldFair

Are looking for most reliable ways to clean waste oil? WVO Designs offers waste vegetable oil centrifuge which quickly removes debris from waste vegetable oil.For more details visit :http://www.wvodesigns.com/shop/centrifuges/wvo-centrifuge.html

Are looking for most reliable ways to clean waste oil? WVO Designs offers waste vegetable oil centrifuge which quickly removes debris from waste vegetable oil.For more details visit :http://www.wvodesigns.com/shop/centrifuges/wvo-centrifuge.html

If you are looking for WVO collection methods to collect waste vegetable oil and filter it visit our website for more info at: http://www.wvodesigns.com/shop/wvo-conversion/filters.html

If you are looking for WVO collection methods to collect waste vegetable oil and filter it visit our website for more info at: http://www.wvodesigns.com/shop/wvo-conversion/filters.html

Studio Swine turns the streets of Sao Paulo into a manufacturing line, creating aluminum stools from cans collected on the streets and waste vegetable oil.

Aluminum Cans Become Stools by Studio Swine

Studio Swine turns the streets of Sao Paulo into a manufacturing line, creating aluminum stools from cans collected on the streets and waste vegetable oil.

Studio Swine’s latest project takes aluminum cans and vegetable oil waste and turns them into something much more interesting!

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Studio Swine’s latest project takes aluminum cans and vegetable oil waste and turns them into something much more interesting!

“The Tin Man Kiln is a tool for independent makers, experiential education, and social change.  Designed and built by Careen Stoll and fired by a crew of wonderful people, the kiln uses the bio-fuels wood and waste vegetable oil in a net carbon-neutral energy footprint.  Located in urban Portland, OR, the kiln is accessible to a variety of participants.”

“The Tin Man Kiln is a tool for independent makers, experiential education, and social change. Designed and built by Careen Stoll and fired by a crew of wonderful people, the kiln uses the bio-fuels wood and waste vegetable oil in a net carbon-neutral energy footprint. Located in urban Portland, OR, the kiln is accessible to a variety of participants.”

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