SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

Making a Difference One Chopstick At A Time

post-image

Every chopstick is perfect, slender, and defect-free, making them ideal to develop into an 
innovative engineered material whilst minimising the environmental impact and creating sustainable solutions.

ChopValue upcycle the chopsticks into furniture and homeware including dining tables, chopping boards, shelves and wall tiles to absorb noise in restaurants.

https://chopvalue.com/pages/our-story

What do you think?

You must be logged in to post a comment.
Comments
Lynn Wood @ 2020.07.11 3:10 PM
Good example of recycling to reduce waste. I especially like the idea of wall tiles to absorb noise in restaurants.


Related Posts

Wellbeing

post-image

Extra parental leave for NSW workers who split child rearing equally
12 June 2022 by Lynn Wood 1 Comments

Wellbeing

post-image

A school shop to learn about entrepreneurship
11 June 2022 by Lynn Wood 0 Comments

Wellbeing

post-image

A Gardening Project that Connects the Community
24 May 2022 by Lynn Wood 0 Comments