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Kickstarter campaign repurposes plastic to spruce up chain link fences

Kickstarter campaign repurposes plastic to spruce up chain link fences

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Sead Pods is a new startup with a green vision for the chain-link fences of the world. What Sead (which stands for sustainable ecology adaptive design) has created is a hangable container made out of recycled plastic that is large enough to house one plant. When hung on fences, these pods give old plastics a new life and decorate our built environments with lush greenery which absorbs carbon dioxide.

The company created its product as sustainably as possible with long-lasting materials and clean domestic factories to produce their pods. Above all, they can give dull, metallic fences a more welcoming look while freshening up the air.

By following the link, you can read more about their product and contribute to its mission to deck the fences of the world with greenery. 

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