Everyone at Sancor would like to congratulate Ed Begley, Jr. and Living with Ed for being nominated for an EMA Award!
Living with Ed
Living with Ed is nominated in its 3rd season. It’s a look at the day-to-day realities of “living green.” Learn more about Living with Ed.
About EMA (Environmental Media Association)
EMA mobilizes the entertainment industry in educating people about environmental issues, which in turn, inspires them to take action. A pioneer in linking the power of celebrity to environmental awareness, it was EMA who invented the ‘green carpet,’ launching the concept of taking a hybrid or alternative fuel vehicle - not a limo - to high profile awards events and bringing the concept of alternative automotive technology to millions of previously unaware households. Learn more about the Environmental Media Association.
Ed Begley, Jr. sits comfortably on an Envirolet® FlushSmart VF composting toilet system during a recent photo shoot in Los Angeles, CA. Many more photos to come.
Do you use an Amazon Kindle portable book reader? If you do you know how great it is and how convenient it can be for reading books, newspapers and magazines.
Well, you can also read other types of files including Word documents (.doc and .docx) and PDF’s on both the Kindle 2 and Kindle DX.
That means you can add your important Envirolet® documents (e.g., instructions, specifications, etc.) to your Kindle so you have them with you on the go such as at the cottage or cabin. Some Envirolet® documents can be found here.
The Envirolet® FlushSmart VF Composting Toilet System is one of 100 products featured in the new book Design Revolution: 100 Products That Empower People by Emily Pilloton.
Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People, is a compendium of and call-to-action for product design that improves life. Authored by Project H Design founder Emily Pilloton, with a foreword by Core77’s Allan Chochinov, the book challenges designers to be activists over aestheticians, and highlights over 100 products in 8 categories that show product design’s ability to enable individuals, communities, and economies in the developing world and in our own back yards alike.