Fridge Igloo Delivers Message: Waste Is The Biggest Resource


Photos Credit Moritz Bappert

Shades of Fridgehenge; now we have the Fridge Igloo. Moritz Bappert visited artist Ralf Schmerberg's igloo built from 322 old fridges in Hamburg.

It is designed to demonstrate how much energy could be saved if all of the old fridges were replaced with modern ones. The orange writing at the top delivers a very TreeHugger message: "Waste is the biggest resource."

More at Moritz Bappert's Blog via NotCot

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Tags: Artists | Electricity | Germany | Waste