5 ideas with recycling plastic bottle #3

Friday, August 18, 2017

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: Inside the World's Largest Plastic Bottle Recycling Plant

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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  2. sonia mali says:

    really amazing fentactic

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  6. Pawan Kumar says:

    backa backa..???

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  8. SUMIT TRIVEDI says:

    insulation part was good

  9. Priyanshu Ghosh says:

    Wow! I loved the idea of making a stand for camera

  10. vivek Sharma says:

    Fake items

  11. rajini kadhar says:

    super Thala

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  14. Александр Гамзик says:

    дизлайк ставлю за паршивый английский…

  15. cool pumpkins says:

    the way u said paka paka at the end it was realy funny

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  18. Milan Apic says:


  19. Kiyong Mize says:

    nice video

  20. kassi man says:

    More good advice, thank you…..

  21. Shainsha Shainsha says:


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  23. bst4r TV says:

    shame on us humans that we did not switched everywhere yet… It should be forced to do everywhere

  24. Robert Hook says:

    You know the process could improve considerably and reduce the cost of recycling by requiring the whole plastic container be made of just one type of plastic and remove the paper/polystyrene label. Milk jugs are are HDPE and they are the easy thing to collect and recycle. You don't have to shred them so much. You can shred the bottle and cap together. The hardest part is running the shreds through a water tumbler to remove the bits of the label. Milk bottles by far are the easiest. If all bottles were more like milk bottles then recycling plastic would improve dramatically – my opinion. As a consumer do you really need that blue cap? As a consumer do you need that fancy label? Would a ink printing on the bottle be good enough? Much of this is driven by the choices we (all us consumers) make at the grocery store.

  25. Claudia Octavia says:

    so why not use glass? surely the process to wash and reuse a glass bottle is much cheaper and greener than all of this.

  26. Edwin Gomez says:

    it's OK to recycle, i'm really glad to watch this video ?

  27. Michael Toms says:

    California should become its own country and break away from the Union.

  28. CauseAndEffect says:

    Beer, wine, soft drinks = toilet dollars down the drain

  29. Nuke says:

    So many people don't realize plastic bottles RARELY get turned back into bottles. I love the fact this plant actually does this!

  30. Warren Winter says:

    Coca-cola should build their own.

  31. Irwan Santoso says:

    Is this company profitable?

  32. Brian Washington says:

    I recycle both plastic bottles and cans. I just hope that more companies will use them to make bottles either with partially recycled plastic or fully recycled plastic.

  33. TAWNY says:

    in Germany it is not allowed to use recycled PET bottles to make new ones. not food grade

  34. Raheel Pervaiz says:

    I dont use plastic bottles personally but after 3 cycles the plastic is already gone (at 70% reclamation rate)

  35. Dharmendra Chauhan says:

    very nice plant, is possible to establish this plant in India ?

  36. Hajidah Matassan says:

    I had a presentation about environment last time and one of the audience ended up asking me how exactly factories around the world recycle bottles and what will they become? I just answered the question with my own theory and thank goodness it was correct.

  37. K Babu Petro says:

    Hi, Really nice video. Superb work and I really appreciate the efforts. Coming to the point, My name is Babu from India and currently residing in Canada. I am interested in set up same kind of industry in India. As you know guys, India is a big mass market, Labor and facilities are so cheap.I am looking forward to hear from you CarbonLite. my email id is. kbabupetro@gmail.com. thanks.

  38. Johnathan Ramirez says:

    sa dude

  39. Sunday pro says:

    The owner is Iranian.
    F*uk you Trump!

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