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Recycled Graffiti Plant Pots from Terracycle

Graffiti in the garden – We talked about it a couple weeks ago.  Now look — Terracycle, a terrific company that is recycling all sorts of things in lovely ways, have created the Urban Art Pot from 100% e-waste (which is defined as crushed computers and fax machines).  Each pot is painted by an inner city artist (read graffiti artist, tagger) to create a unique piece.  Currently only availabe in 8″, it sounds like the range is expanding to other sizes.

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Terracycle recycled garden pots

Terracycle has  a lot of other great goodies on their site including a line of green cleaning products and lawn and garden products.  Hotels, businesses, schools and the like can sign up to send in wrappers from otherwise un-recycleable products like oreos, juice boxes, and chips bags.  They are looking for wine bottle corks too.  They send you a postage paid box to collect with so it’s easy and free and the more you collect, the more they will donate to a charity that they like or one that you name.

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  1. johnny

    June 10th, 2009 at 6:38 am

    i was wondering if i could get hold of 60 of these green plant pots?
    We are sending our customers a money tree and i would like to put them in your lovely bright pots. please advise how i can get hold of 60.

    many thanks

  2. rochelle

    June 11th, 2009 at 10:14 pm

    Johnny – I will forward this to the supplier with and let them get in touch with you directly.

  3. Megan

    June 1st, 2010 at 1:40 pm

    These are fabulous! It makes me want to graffiti up some of my boring terracotta pots.

  4. mayu

    April 6th, 2012 at 1:05 am

    this is a wonderful Idea. can you please tell me how should i buy them

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