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Clean Design = Recycling For A Better Future

Thursday 06.02.2011 , Posted by
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We really like the clean design and presentation of this new full wall infographic created to inform UK youth about the benefits of recycling and the results of waste creation. The mix of appropriately reusable 2 meter high wood panels with the clean, futuristic graphics detailing facts about energy use really sets it apart. We like the idea of good design making a difference.

The piece was created by talented Leicester based graphic designer Leigh and commissioned by Innersmile for Stoke City Youth Services of Stoke-on-Trent, UK.

Via: leighleigh.com

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  1. I think this an excellent program. I had no idea that recycling one plastic bottle could light a bulb for 6 hours. We always think about turning off the lights before leaving home, but I never realized how much energy is wasted by one bottle. I also was surprised by this fact: You can make 20 cans out of recycled material = the amount of energy it takes to make one new can. I think that a campaign like this can make a huge difference and draw attention to a very important topic.

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