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Haylie Alsip, 4, of Grand Haven, Michigan, plays among hundreds of flowers made from recycled plastic water bottles by Libby Hodges of Florida on Wednesday, September 21, 2011. The ArtPrize entry, titled Thousand Suns, is on display outside the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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A worker checks the finish on a motorcycle made from recycled materials from spare car and bicycle parts, at a workshop owned by Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn in Bangkok, on July 27, 2011. With four shops in Bangkok named "Ko Art Shop," Roongrojna also exports his artworks to clients all over the world.
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A door made from recycled oil drums marks the entrance to a mud compound at the village of Kunkak in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, February 23, 2011. Village doors in Helmand are made from a variety of scavenged material -- oil drums, shipping containers, bits of cloth, rice sacks or tins -- and are often the only splash of individuality and colour in a drab, beige landscape where one compound looks almost identical to the next.
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Vuvuzelas made up as a bank of lights, displayed during a competition to re-use the musical instruments after the South African World Cup in Cape Town, South Africa, on Tuesday, November 9, 2010. Two South African advertising firms sponsored the WoZela! vuvuzela recycling competition under the slogan "Make a difference, not just a noise."
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A member of the Boy Scouts walks among recycled aluminum cans that fellows Boy Scouts had earlier used to form a gigantic fleur-de-lis, at the Zocalo Plaza in Mexico City, on October 9, 2011. Scouts descend on the main plaza for the annual event to form their group's emblem. According to organizers the cans used to make the giant emblem are sold and the money used to help the needy.
(AP Photo/Marco Ugarte) #
Israeli Army decommissioned tanks are seen in a scrapyard in the "tank cemetery," located inside an Army base near the southern Israeli city of Kiryat Gat, on May 5, 2011. Some 700 decommissioned Israeli tanks used by the Jewish state during different wars were for sale for about 0.25 USD/kilo, to be used for metal recycling.
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Ohio State University optometry student Patrick Milleson poses in a sea of old and used glasses at the optometry college, in Columbus, Ohio, on May 27, 2010. Eyeglasses that are collected from donation bins in stores are shipped to the OSU optometry school and the students sort, clean and donate them to those in need.
(AP Photo/The Columbus Dispatch, Neal C. Lauron) #
A television reporter films inside the EcoArk building made with plastic bottles during a media preview in Taipei, on April 9, 2010. A Taiwan company built the three-story exhibition hall using 1.5 million plastic bottles instead of bricks to raise interest in recycling, creating what the builder described as a world first.
(Reuters/Nicky Loh) #
A Christmas tree made entirely of recycled bicycles is unveiled at the Rocks on November 19, 2010, in Sydney, Australia. The bikes and parts for the tree were provided by recycling group, CMA Corporation, and remained on display until December 28 when it was returned to the corporation for recycling.
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A violinist with the Paraguayan symphonic orchestra takes part in "Trash Melodies," a program in which musicians play instruments made out of recycled materials, in Asuncion, Paraguay, on July 28, 2011. The instrument maker, Paraguayan luthier Nicolas Orue, was inspired by the "Sounds of the Earth," a classical music education project led by Paraguayan musician Luis Szaran.
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Workers rest on a roof in front of a ten-meter-high Transformer-style statue outside the Olympic Stadium in Beijing, on July 12, 2010. The model, made of scrap car parts and other metals, was shipped from Taiwan and was displayed during "The Green Dream Park", a theme park promoting environmental protection and sustainable lifestyle.
(Reuters/Bobby Yip) #
In this image made on Sept. 7, 2010, a volunteer sews blankets made from recycled plastic bottles at The Tzu Chi Foundation factory in Taipei, Taiwan. The Tzu Chi Foundation, known for performing good works to those in need, dispatched thousands of the eco-blankets to survivors of this year's massive earthquake in Haiti and soon will be shipping more to flood survivors in Pakistan.
(AP Photo/Wally Santana) #
People walk past a giant figure made to look like an Easter Bunny with white teeth, made from soda crates in Cape Town, South Africa, on April 15, 2011. Around 42,000 crates were used to create the figure with an inner skeleton made from scaffolding and cable ties, with the figure being recycled after use.
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Ecotech Recycling Social Enterprise Managing Director Ming Cheung poses with fuel oil converted from plastic waste in front of his "Plastic Waste-to-Fuel System" at a plant in Hong Kong's rural New Territories August 24, 2011. The system is designed to provide a practical and cost effective solution to plastic waste management with energy regeneration. This prototype machine can process three tons of plastic waste into 1,000 liters of fuel oil per day. With further refinement, the fuel oil is suitable for diesel engine usage, said Cheung.
(Reuters/Bobby Yip) #