Why not protect your iPhone from being trashed the eco-friendly way? The Re-Case iPhone case from Miniwiz is an iPhone case constructed entirely from trash. The company uses agricultural wastes from rice farming, added to post-consumer thermo-plastics, to create a group of materials that are molded into protective iPhone cases.
Itâ€™s no secret that post-consumer recycled plastics arenâ€™t the most durable materials, but this reprocessed case is enhanced by the rice husk, creating a durable, architectural-grade material that is manufactured with minimal CO2 emissions, and can even be recycled at the end of its life.
Apparently the Re-Case style was inspired by a carrying case in Japan used for identity seals. Instead of identity seals, the Re-Case even has a space to slip in your Radio Frequency ID card used in offices for security purposes, so you wonâ€™t have to dig through your purse, pockets or wallets to find the credit card-sized tag every time you go to work.
The cases are priced around at $24.95 via Amazon, and comes in a variety of colors.