Manila recycles presidential election posters into plastic bricks

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Manila recycles presidential election posters into plastic bricks” – below is their description.

A Manila recycling centre is turning presidential campaign posters and banners into plastic bricks that can be used at schools, parks and other community projects.

Repurposing the posters prevents the plastics from ending up in landfills after elections.

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