How can I reuse or recycle Stax potato chip cans?

July 15, 2011 by  
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Tammy Gary has asked: Would love ideas to reuse the Stax potato chip cans. We don’t have Stax over here in the UK but my friend Google tells me they’re like Pringles, but packed in a plastic tube instead of waxed cardboard. Some of the Pringles ideas will still apply: they’re great for storing knitting needles and paintbrushes, can be used as storage for homemade biscuits, and is useful as a small poster tube – for either storing documents without creasing or sending through the post. As these bad buys are plastic (rather than card) so water-resistant, they will lend themselves to other reuses too – I’d imagine they could easily be turned into a bird feeder (cut a couple of feeding windows about a third/half of the way up, add a perch at the bottom then fill with seed), could be used for storing dried goods in the kitchen or as storage for small kids’ toys (eg lego or jigsaw pieces) or crayons. Any other suggestions?

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SolarReserve Banks on Storing Heat from the Sun

July 5, 2011 by  
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SolarReserve bids to make solar energy more competitive by storing heat until it’s needed.

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‘Dry Water’ Could Make Commercial Waves in Storing Carbon

September 1, 2010 by  
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