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Filipinos turn volcano's ash, plastic trash into bricks


Ash spewed by a Philippine volcano is being mixed with plastic waste to make bricks in an inventive response to the country's persistent problems of pollution and frequent natural disasters.

Added on the 18/01/2020 12:49:51 - Copyright : AFP EN

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