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Plastic Bricks Could Protect Indian Homes From Monsoons Plastic Bricks Could Protect Indian Homes From Monsoons
  • November 24th, 2014
  • Turning plastic waste into bricks could help to both reduce landfills as well as make homes more rain-resistant.

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Plastic Bricks Could Protect Indian Homes From Monsoons

Plastic Bricks Could Protect Indian Homes From Monsoons

Turning plastic waste into bricks could help to both reduce landfills as well as make homes more rain-resistant.