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Bamboo Products I Innovative Product I Eco Trends I

19-01-2010 A new use for Bamboo!

It seems many have started latching onto the

need to create a more ecologically sustainable environment – and this includes the

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design and manufacturing business, Impecca. The US based company, which specialises in Audio Video products have thrown away man-made materials in this case for one of their new designs – recently releasing a keyboard, mouse and a set of headphones all made from bamboo. However not only do these Impecca products provide a more eco friendly way to type and click, it’s also without a doubt aesthetically pleasing – a nice sight compared to the plastic office phone, folders and chairs surrounding your work cubicle. Just watch out that no hungry pandas are about...

Click here to find out where to buy Impecca Bamboo products.
 

 

Picture source: www.treehugger.com

Content source: www.treehugger.com, www.impeccausa.com

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If you like this trend, you might also like 'The new towel in town' , Recycling The Useless Bend It Like Bendiboards' or 'A Bit of Urban to your Ears'

 


 

Comments

  • Posted by Margaret H on 25/01/2010 15:51
  • Wonder when the whole computer will be made out of wood? Or when Iphones will be made from wood.

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