fluff
 n.— «Today I received a packet of Fluff, a new composting and potential building material made entirely from recycled household waste. Fluff is produced by the Bouldin Corporation, which is made up of three companies Bouldin and Lawson, WastAway Services, and Composite Products of America. Together this trio of companies takes regular unsorted household garbage which is then processed for thirty minutes before being transormed in a stable product they call “Fluff.”» —“I (heart) Fluff” by Cameron Sinclair WorldChanging May 16, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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