A new set of cardboard robots is being developed to make recycling less of a problem, and to make the cardboard more fun to use.
The first robot to be built, the ‘cardboard bot’, is a cardboard box that can be recycled for a good cause.
This is a concept similar to the “Catch a Bike” bike that was introduced in Europe last year.
It uses cardboard boxes to hold cardboard pieces and is used by more than 2,000 cities worldwide.
It’s a concept developed by a team of Canadian researchers and scientists at the University of British Columbia.
It is an idea that has been around for some time.
“The first version of the cardboard bot was about 10 years ago, but we just didn’t have the technology to build it,” said lead researcher Adam Poulin.
The team is now working on a new version of this prototype that can recycle cardboard for good causes.
It has already received funding from the Canadian Space Agency and the National Research Council of Canada.
“This is a new concept, this is a very new technology,” said Dr. Adam Pouliot, a postdoctoral researcher at the UBC Centre for Earth and Planetary Sciences.
“We’re trying to develop it in a way that it can be used by any city or any community.”
The first cardboard robot will be placed inside a cardboard container that has a small cardboard box in the bottom.
The box contains the cardboard and the cardboard robot.
The robot has been built using a special plastic that absorbs energy and is recyclable.
The cardboard box can then be removed and recycled for the city or community to use for other uses.
The researchers hope that this technology will help reduce waste in cities, and make recycling fun and accessible for all.
“A lot of recycling is a big challenge, because it’s expensive and people are not aware of the advantages that it offers,” said Poulion.
“It’s the right thing to do.”
The UBC team is using a prototype robot for the first time.
It was built with the help of the Canadian Science and Technology Museum, the National Science Foundation and the Canadian Centre for Excellence in Innovative Manufacturing.