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Recycle by yourself! Yes, but how?!?

FabLab Solidaire powered by Orange   -  Poland

An app for recycling packaging - of course! The app allows users to recycle with just a few touches of their smartphone screen: first they scan the bar code to retrieve information about the packaging, then they are presented with links to tutorials which show them how to transform their empty can into a vase, or another useful piece of packaging. No more waste and pollution!

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<p>Recycle by yourself! Yes, but how?!?</p>
<p>Recycle by yourself! Yes, but how?!?</p>

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