We are stupendously excited to announce that Project Upcycle has moved out to Ceres park ranch!
We have spent the last week cleaning and organizing the lab and can finally show some pictures!
The view from the outside looking in. The pallets are being used for everything, but the best pallets are being saved for the "Lets raise a (tiny) house" series we want to record. We plan on raising a tiny house on a trailer with internals in 24 hours time. The house is going to be raffled off to raise money for a shipping container that we can convert into a sealed modular house that we would be able to document and compare different insulation systems. We would like to get a flatbed trailer to put it on so we could tow it around the country teaching people about renewable energies!
3000 bottles, stacked and organized off the ground. We are collecting them for some fellow upcyclers that will be turning them into glassware!
And it wouldn't be Project Upcycle without some positive graffiti. Hakuna Matata is Swahili for "there are no worries"