We found this bike rim and sprocket at a charity sale a few months back and finally put it to use. Someone had already added a piece to the sprocket, so all we had to do was add an S-hook and screw it in to the kitchen cabinet. Not bad for a few bucks!
The National Park Service announced Monday that it has approved a plan to eliminate the sale of the bottles within 30 days. They make up about 20 percent of the park’s waste and 30 percent of recyclables.
Cintas uses technology that converts plastics into a fiber that can then be woven into fabric. About five plastic bottles are needed to create one shirt, most of which is still manufactured from traditional polyester.