Use your waste to help build a greener future - join the 'eco-brick' exchange
Ever wondered what to do with the trash in your house?
Why not join the eco-brick exchange?
Eco-bricks are 2-litre bottles stuffed tightly with unrecyclable waste which are then used to create a reusable building block.
Azania Mosaka spoke to the founder of Eco-Brick exchange Ian Dommisse about the project and how it can help save the environment.
It functions differently from a normal brick.Ian Dommisse, founder at Eco-Brick Exchange
It doesn't carry the load so, for this reason, it is a different building technology.Ian Dommisse, founder at Eco-Brick Exchange
Studies indicate that a 2-litre plastic bottle will take 450 years before it starts to break down.Ian Dommisse, founder at Eco-Brick Exchange
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