Harvest usable components from devices and redeploy them
Do you want to stop taking the notion of living in a throwaway society to its worst conclusion? You can revive electronic roadkill in a number of ways.
When more of us begin to see otherwise useless electronics as more of a dumpster cornucopia, ripe with DIY possibilities, we’ll be even closer to living as a sustainable community.
This holiday season could also be a great time to learn how to fix up a castoff bike and give it away. A general rule of thumb suggests the parts from two or three disposed bikes can make for one good one that can be shown off as a great way to live sustainably.
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