Eco Company's teen hosts report on environmental stories from their own perspective! Every week they explores all aspects of being green and understanding how we impact our world. From checking out the latest technologies in renewable and alternative energy, recycling and conservation, What's affecting our environment and what we can do about it, to sharing the inspirational stories of young people making a difference, Eco Company is on it! Eco Company has been a favorite of teens and adults since 2009. Produced by Red Willow Films.
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Jordan visits a company that is making cooking oil, motor oil, biodiesel fuel and regular gas for our cars from Algae...yes ALGAE! Could this be the fuel of the future?
Where does all the plastic and trash go once it gets into the Pacific Ocean? A lot of it ends up in the Pacific Garbage Patch, an area of swirling waters twice the size of Texas. A scientific mission called Project Kaisei takes us to the Northern Pacific Gyre as they remove as much of the waste as they can. What they find is very shocking.
We all like the newest phone, or the latest computer...all the newest gadgets! But what happens to the old stuff. E-waste is becoming a big problem. Jessica followed the trail to an e-waste facility to see what can be done with all of that electronic gear.
Brendan takes a trip to Hopland, CA, to the Solar Living Institute, a sustainable living community that grows their own organic foods, builds their own buildings out of cob, has their own biodiesel station and powers everything with solar energy. Brendan got into the act mixing the cob the old fashioned way…with his feet.