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Old August 4, 2011, 05:42 PM
Dien Rice Dien Rice is offline
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Default Profiting from "upcycling"...

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Hi Phil,

Thanks for mentioning "upcycling"!

I've read about (and also written about) various "upcycling" ideas before - but I wasn't aware of the term until you mentioned it!

In general, "upcycling" means creating a new product out of one or more discarded products...

This can be done commercially - to make extra cash. Create it, then sell it. Your "raw materials" can be very cheap, or even free!

You can find people selling these kinds of items on eBay, Etsy.com, or sometimes via their own online stores...

For example, here's an online store which sells purses made from recycled rubber tyres... You'll notice the prices have a wide range, from about $35 to $150+ ... They also make belts and wallets.

http://www.englishretreads.com

There are many other examples of similar online stores, creating various products out of many other "discarded" materials. These kinds of items are often considered "cool" and "hip"...

Thanks again, Phil, for that excellent info!

Best wishes,

Dien
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