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Adital Ela’s Biodegradable Terra Stools are Made of Earth and Cost Zero Energy to Produce

Posted By Elliot Chang On January 15, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In green furniture,green Interiors,Green Products,Reader Submitted Content,Zero energy | No Comments

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In the last several years eco designer Adital Ela [1] has dedicated her time to the earth by developing Terra [2] – a brand of bio furniture made from compressed earth and agricultural waste. Terra is a series of products that are 100% organic, can be produced everywhere with local earth and agricultural residue, require zero energy [3] to produce and are fully compostable. In her recent talk at TEDxJerusalem [4], Adital shares the unique story behind Terra.

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[1] Adital Ela: http://www.aditalela.com/

[2] Terra: http://www.aditalela.com/planet_en.asp#

[3] zero energy: http://inhabitat.com/zero-energy/

[4] recent talk at TEDxJerusalem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVurlCuopB0&feature=youtu.be

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