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Michelle Rolfe



First separate waste materials so that the recycle products can be transformed into something new. This are the products that I made using paper bags and boxes of different store like starbucks, j.co and krispy kreme doughnuts. This is one of the best way to recycle things. Instead of throwing it away why don't you just make it like scrapbook, scratch, notebook or something useful.

Well obviously this is for personal used only, I am not allowed to make things like this for business cause I'm still using their logo and design. The mainly purpose of this is to recycle and save money instead of buying some new notebooks or scrapbook.

Credit to this different store for having great design of their packaging.











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  • Root Admin

Great job! I am all for recycling and cutting out waste. Keep up the good work!! :good:

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5 minutes ago, smb said:

Great job! I am all for recycling and cutting out waste. Keep up the good work!! :good:

Thank you po ?

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  • Root Admin

Those cloth face masks that you made from recycled old clothing and materials...

That's a great way of recycling - and very useful in helping to conserve the limited supplies of surgical-grade masks for the medical professions - who are the one's who really need them.

You should make more of those things! (And don't forget to upload some photos of the finished product.)

Cloth masks will not protect you against air-born viruses but what they will do, is that they WILL be a massive help in reducing the transmission of viruses among the population. Basically, if you sneeze or cough, they really help to protect the people around you.

Social responsibility! Recycling pa! That is one of the reasons - among many others - why the spread of Covid-19 has been relatively well-controlled in several South East Asian countries... Places like Japan, to name just one, where people are used to wearing masks when they are not feeling well and they have to go out into a public place.

It's just being sociably responsible to the people around you. :) :good:


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