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Introduction There are a lot of tutorials on Internet, especially on Youtube, about how to make a “Diy Windmill”. All of them use recycled materials as bicycle wheels, plastic bottles or old pieces of wood and iron. The methods described are very helpful,
Bluenergy · 57 days ago

While this idea is not yet possible make yourself as a DIY, a vortex power plant is a simple and solid technology with lots of potential. It produces electricity in harmony with nature. A vortex power plant is a further development of a water wheel or a r
blueeconomy · 59 days ago

3D printers are everywhere. Even President Obama said in his speech about the state of the union that 3D printers had the « potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything ». Their process is really simple, they all make solid objects using a
blueeconomy · 60 days ago

An edible and compostable membrane can be used as a packaging for water, replacing the highly pollutants plastic bottles currently used. The bubble can act as a standard replacement for plastic bottles, but has more specific applications as well. It can, f
blueeconomy · 67 days ago

Introduction I have seen a lot of up-cycled projects with wood shipping pallets over the years, and more often than not they are ugly, but totally useful. Pallets are great for the “DIYer” because they are cheap and easy to work with, but you need to pay a
Bluenergy · 67 days ago

Here is how to build a so-called bioreactor, or Biopile that runs in any weather, even in winter and at night. All you need are fresh cut and crushed undergrowths and a long water hose which has been made for drinking water supply. By combining bacteria /
WeBlue · 68 days ago

Background: We currently struggle to reduce our fossil fuel consumption and even though we learn more everyday about damage made to the oceans by plastic, we still do not fully recycle it. But a simple way to reduce or use of virgin petroleum and hence ou
WeBlue · 74 days ago

Background: One of the core principle of the Blue Economy is to use the resources already available. Even though waste can be transformed into valuable products and innovations, avoiding excessive stream of waste, money and labor is the easiest step towar
WeBlue · 81 days ago

In this DIY video-guide, we learn how to make a wind turbine using neodymium magnets and copper coils. These step-by-step videos are in German but can be easily understood. Step 1: Before you build a large generator, it is better to build a smaller one as
WeBlue · 82 days ago

Background An essential point of the Blue Economy is to interlace multiple material flows to create added value. In agriculture, it is possible to do so in the most natural way. It is hardly surprising that some of the most important „Blue“ projects are fo
WeBlue · 88 days ago
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