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Yves Béhar’s Recyclable Y Water Bottles
Posted By Mike Chino On August 20, 2008 @ 12:30 pm In Design,eco kids,Inhabitots,Innovation,Recycled Materials,Sustainable Design Organizations,Sustainable Materials | 2 Comments
Product packaging has borne some serious brunt as of late, with bottled water being lambasted left and right as a a needless contributor to landfills. Taking this into account, everyone’s favorite celebrity designer Yves Béhar  created these vibrant Y Water  bottles with a life-cycle that extends beyond their initial use. The bottles are completely recyclable, don’t leech chemicals, and once empty, each little bottles becomes a building block that combines to create expansive geodesic shapes. These alchemical combinations of lucent plastic propose an innovative solution to the bottle’s lifecycle, extending it through play. Plus, they taste pretty good too. Row your boat over to Inhabitots  for the full story.
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 Yves Béhar: http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/12/20/video-yves-behar-talks-about-the-100-laptop/
 Y Water: http://www.ywater.us/
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 Recyclable Y Bottles at Inhabitots >: http://www.inhabitots.com/2008/08/20/recyclable-y-water-bottles-by-designer-yves-behar
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