5 ideas with recycling plastic bottle !
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In today’s video I am going to show you how to the third part of what can be made from plastic bottles at home DIY video. I will repeat myself and say that there are lots of plastic bottles all over the earth and since recently they have been recycled. That’s why don’t pollute the environment and throw plastic bottles away for a simple reason that you can make lots interesting and useful things. Having watched the third part of “I am shocked!!! 5 ideas about recycling plastic of bottles” video you life will become much more easier and interesting! i’ll keep my fingers crossed for you!
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CarbonLite is the world’s largest “bottle-to-bottle” plastic recycling plant in Riverside, Calif.
“SoCal Connected” takes a look inside the state-of-the-art facility where billions of plastic bottles are churned on an annual basis. The process involves transforming old plastic bottles into PET pellets and flakes in order to produce new plastic bottles.
The bottles are required to go through metal detectors, a special “prewash” phase, and a label-removing facility before they can become shiny, brand new pellets.
Even though your plastic water bottle might not weigh as much, a square bale of plastic bottles can weigh more than 1,300 pounds, as Derrick Shore reveals in this segment of “SoCal Connected.”
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