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Can Plastic Be Used To Make Houses?

They've taken 2.5 million kgs of plastic out of the environment by converting them into homes.

09/10/2019 4:58 AM
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    31/01/2021 17:14

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  • Mahesh R.
    10/08/2020 15:41

    Kindly share your contact

  • Rajat S.
    10/08/2020 14:22

    This too❣️

  • Ashish J.
    10/08/2020 11:55

    Good job!!

  • Sumeer D.
    09/08/2020 14:02

    Great job Sir 👍👍👏

  • Pooja B.
    05/08/2020 04:36

    Amazing 👍👍👍

  • Sachin S.
    02/08/2020 06:46

    Hhoinbhi

  • Amish B.
    30/07/2020 18:47

    not that I mind watching such videos. But would request u to not share BRUT videos, this digital channel is running a propoganda again right wing and us sharing their video would only help them if nothing else.

  • Lalitha P.
    24/07/2020 17:34

    Too good,and best invention

  • Chandru C.
    23/07/2020 18:07

    Excellent

  • Bill N.
    23/07/2020 13:29

    Definitely need to remove plastic wastes from the environment. Refabricating them into useful things is very good. Yet, we mustn’t lose sight of the goal of eliminating non-biodegradable fossil polymer plastics altogether. It’s less than 100 years since plastic emerged as a consumer product. It’s said to take 500 years for plastic to break down into particles small enough to say it’s “gone.” Theoretically, most plastic ever made still exists somewhere. Of course, some plastics can burn and some can be dissolved by acids, in both cases immediately creating a potentially more lethal problem. There are even worms, fungi and bacteria that can actually break down the polymer chains. Yet, we are reminded daily of the choking gasping nightmare of our plastic wastes and the havoc it’s wreaking upon all ecosystems. We must stop producing non-biodegradable plastics. We must kill the petroleum industry entirely.

  • Mary S.
    23/07/2020 04:42

    Good sir great job

  • Sharon A.
    22/07/2020 05:11

    Superb

  • Vidya K.
    21/07/2020 13:15

    Great. Mother earth will thank you a thousand times. God bless you.

  • Smita S.
    21/07/2020 08:26

    Awesome, it’s a nice way to recycle the unwanted plastic instead of polluting our universe

  • Prabali D.
    21/07/2020 03:48

    Is this a true news?

  • Ruso R.
    21/07/2020 02:48

    This is too good. I hope more people around the world can do somethings like this. Definitely helpful for the environment. Way to go 👏

  • Kher R.
    20/07/2020 16:38

    Brilliant

  • Shwetha J.
    20/07/2020 11:46

    Big salute

  • Ajay K.
    20/07/2020 11:02

    Fire proof?