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Aug 20

Zeoform: A Revolutionary Material

Zeoform: A Revolutionary Material

Zeoform is made from cellulose and water (and nothing else!). Cellulose is one of the key components that holds up trees and plants. It gives the stems and leaves it structural strength.  Paper is mostly made up of cellulose and is a popular source of cellulose for making Zeoform. But other sources of cellulose for […]

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Aug 12

Imagine The Possibilities

Imagine The Possibilities

Zeoform is made from one of the most abundant and under utilised resources on the planet, waste. Zeo uses waste cellulose, ‘locks up’ the carbon molecules and makes them into functional forms, that are totally non-toxic and 100% compostable when disposed of. Zeoform is made from just cellulose and water and can replace non-sustainable resources […]

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Aug 6

A Zeoform Revolution

A Zeoform Revolution

“A little rebellion is a good thing” Thomas Jefferson A revolution comes in all different shapes and sizes and can completely change the way the world works. The French revolution changed the way democracy works, the industrial revolution made the world a more productive place and of course the internet revolution changed the way we […]

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Jul 31

Changing The World

Changing The World

Most of us want to change the world and millions of us change the world every day. There are those that put smiles on people’s faces, those that make people laugh, people that inspire others, ordinary people making a difference everyday. Technological and healthcare advancements have vastly improved the lives of many, but many things […]

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Jul 28

From Trash to Treasure: How Recycling and Re-using Can Change the World

From Trash to Treasure: How Recycling and Re-using Can Change the World

In the 1950’s, plastics were introduced and instantly took off completely changing manufacturing; enabling huge advances in the way medicines and food could be transported and spurring a whole new generation of innovators. But plastic has one massive downfall; it’s mostly made from petrochemicals that once disposed of can never fully decompose. They leave this […]

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Jul 25

State of Green Guest Blog

State of Green Guest Blog

It’s with great pleasure I am guest blogging today on Zeoform. Tom Rivers and I have been tick tacking over the last few months when he first introduced me to his innovative product – but I’ll get back to that a bit later. First I should introduce myself.  My name is Jenny Tranter, and three […]

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Jul 15

The ZEOFORM House of the future

The ZEOFORM House of the future

After having a lunchtime delve into the land of TED Talks I stumbled upon a light hearted talk about sustainable building (http://www.ted.com/talks/catherine_mohr_builds_green.html). This particular talk looks at the embodied energy that gets used up in building a house, although it starts off by showing you how much energy can be wasted cleaning up yoghurt! This […]

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Jul 15

Tom Rivers – Business Development Manager, ZEOFORM

Tom Rivers – Business Development Manager, ZEOFORM

Tom arrived at ZEOFORM fresh from Kingston University in the UK.  He has always been an avid follower of the news and the first to support a worthy cause.  Through his degree in Politics and Economics, he discovered the inner workings of the corporate world and became unsettled by a lot of the ethics, systems […]

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Jul 9

Why we like Hemp at Zeo

Why we like Hemp at Zeo

Hemp has been used for thousands of years and has been a popular fibre due to its strength and versatility. It’s still used globally today and guess what, ZEOFORM can be made from hemp! Hemp has all the qualities that ZEOFORM needs and is a great alternative to trees and cotton that is easier and […]

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Jul 2

The Story of Stuff

The Story of Stuff

Annie Leonard and The Story of Stuff team use simple animations to promote and encourage people to question the status quo of the way we live and in particular, our consumer habits. Some of Zeo’s earlier blogs have shown simple ways of changing habits like using reusable bags when shopping and refilling reusable water bottles. […]

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