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The Bio-Diversity Project Recycles Garbage into Edible Crops

 - Aug 23, 2010
References: ldcarchilab & ecofriend
Contain your shudders folks, because the details of the Bio-Diversity Project may seem disgusting, but it is in fact very beneficial. The project involves collecting biodegradable trash and filling it with seeds that can then be harvested in a skyscraper farm. If all goes to plan, the project would ultimately yield edible foodstuffs for consumption.

Conceived by Cypriot architect Luke Clayden, the Bio-Diversity Project laces consumer packaging with seeds as it's being made. Once they are used and abused, they are processed at Clayden's skyscraper recycling plants through the use of fish.