Helmets to be banned?

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Re: Helmets to be banned?

Postby Thermostat9 » 2 Jul 2015, 11:23am

Mick F wrote:There was a thingy on Radio4 a few weeks ago about using straw as a packing system rather than polystyrene. It was actually better too, plus it's biodegradable etc.

I just wondered that if they can make packaging from compressed straw, they could do similarly with bike helmets

Probably the medium is rather too variable.

They do sell a cardboard one though.

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Re: Helmets to be banned?

Postby [XAP]Bob » 2 Jul 2015, 2:07pm

Corn is even better as a packing material.

Ship it to the factory/warehouse as corn kernels, then dry pop it and used the popped corn as packing peanuts...
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Re: Helmets to be banned?

Postby Mick F » 2 Jul 2015, 2:32pm

............. and you could eat it!
Popcorn helmets!

ie "I would eat my hat!" :lol: :lol:
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