July 16, 2009

Shine on With Solar LED Flashlight


Keep this handy solar 0.5 x 3 x 2" LED Flashlight on your keychain, rest it on your dashboard, window sill or bright light when not in use and you will always be able to follow the light, Carole Ann.

Via Solar Flashlights

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July 13, 2009

Oregon Scientific to Create Solar Line


Oregon Scientific has just released their Climate Control Weather Station. This is it first in their new line of energy savers. With a built-in solar panel, it monitors temperature and humidity by remote wireless sensors in up to 4 different location both in and outside. The device needs only an 8 hour charge for operation of up to 3 months, has a radio controlled clock and calendar and is available for pre-order now. In September, the company will add two more products, another weather station that will display an iconic future weather forecast and Atomic time, and a more compact version.

Via Oregon Scientific

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July 9, 2009

BigBelly Eats More, Regurgitates Less Often


Pay attention, NYC. Clever Philadephia has installed 500 BigBelly garbage cans. Instead of being emptied about 20 times a week like conventional ones, the BigBelly compacts the trash and needs to be emptied only 5 times a week since it holds up to 8 times as much. This means only 8 workers are needed instead of 33. Even better, the devices automatically contact the Streets Dept. HQ to let them know when they are full. The city estimates that they will save about $12.9 million in the next ten years.

Via Big Belly Solar

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