The Humboldt Bay Eco-Hostel and Center for Sustainable Living is a planned collaborative learning center, in Humboldt County, where visitors can participate in:
- On-going environmental research
- Sustainability conferences
- "Green" business incubation
- Exhibits and tours
- Hands-on workshops
Student Projects[edit | edit source]
Fall 2010: HBCSL Somoa Hostel[edit | edit source]
The Fall 2010 semester of Engr215 Introduction to Design worked with Humboldt Bay Center for Sustainable Living to design and build projects to support an eco-hostel in Humboldt County.
Thermosyphon Solar Shower SystemAn outdoor shower that utilizes solar energy to heat the water Samoa Hostel Truth TankProvides greywater treatment system for a satellite solar shower Samoa Hostel Wattimus PrimeA metering scheme that monitors the amount of energy used by the visitors Can You Feel The Heatloss?An education display about convection and heat loss Samoa Hostel Natural PaintsA natural paint display to educate visitors of the Samoa Hostel Pain in the AxleA bicycle-powered electrical generator that powers a television and DVD player Samoa Hostel WindbeltAn array of wind belts that can charge a cell phone The Mechanical Munchy-Makermechanical bicycle generates energy to power a kitchen appliance Samoa Hostel Insulation StationEducates visitors about the effectiveness insulation types and their relative costs Samoa Hostel greywater islandModels, designs, and educates guests and implementers of hostel size greywater treatment
Press[edit | edit source]
- Times Standard: New nonprofit seeks to educate North Coast visitors with Eco-Hostel
- Models Unveiled 2007 Press Release
- Eureka Reporter 21468broken link and Eureka Reporter 21468broken link
Contact Information[edit | edit source]
Humboldt Bay Center for Sustainable Living
Get Involved[edit | edit source]
Free free to take part in our crowd sourced research or email ccatseangmailcom to volunteer labor expertise.
Pages in category "HBCSL"
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