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Utilizing e-Waste

Bangalore based innovator Suren Vikash has developed a solar-powered eco-friendly bag, which is 85% upcycled, made from waste rubber tyres and can be used to charge mobile phones and iPads on the go. Having been introduced on World Environment Day, the bag is fitted with a 6-watt solar panel and a 5,500 mAh battery, which charges when exposed to sunlight. One hour of direct sunlight charges a mobile phone for one hour talk time.The idea behind the concept is that using waste as rich raw material in innovative applications reduces exploitation of natural resources.

 

Bangalore based innovator Suren Vikash has developed a solar-powered eco-friendly bag, which is 85% upcycled, made from waste rubber tyres and can be used to charge mobile phones and iPads on the go. Having been introduced on World Environment Day, the bag is fitted with a 6-watt solar panel and a 5,500 mAh battery, which charges when exposed to sunlight. One hour of direct sunlight charges a mobile phone for one hour talk time.The idea behind the concept is that using waste as rich raw material in innovative applications reduces exploitation of natural resources.  

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