Moab-based community radio station KZMU highlights the Ubuntu-Blox workshop taught by Upcycle Santa Fe in Moab, Utah – KZMU Radio – December 2018
STARTUP SEES POTENTIAL USES FOR PLASTIC WASTE – The Santa Fe New Mexican – Nov. 26, 2018
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Albuquerque News station KRQE News 13 features the work of Upcycle Santa Fe and the current state of research and development for post-consumer plastic waste as insulation material. – published November 21, 2018.
Keep New Mexico True blogs about the work of Upcycle Santa Fe – November, 2018
A PALACE OF TRASH AND THE WORLD ITS CHANGING – Huffington Post, 2012, updated 2017
An article introducing Ubuntu-Blox to the world, along with their inventor, Mr. Harvey Lacey. This groundbreaking technology was first utilized in Haiti, and this article shares with you the impressive achievements that resulted from Mr. Lacey and rebuilding with Ubuntu-Blox in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
LIFE IN PLASTIC – Tea After Twelve, 2015
This article details the perils of plastic waste and current disposal and recycling systems, and highlights the need for small-scale grassroots approaches to waste management such as ecobricking and Ubuntu-Blox.
ECOBRICKS AND EDUCATION: HOW PLASTIC BOTTLE RUBBISH IS HELPING TO BUILD SCHOOLS – The Guardian, 2014
Rob Hopkins, Founder of the Transition Town Network, writes about the spread of ecobricking from Guatemala to South Africa and beyond, and how the practice of stuffing plastic waste into bottles and building with them has sparked a grassroots revolution.