More Construction with PET Bottles

Read the full post at the Temas Blog (via Hugg).

In a prior entry I introduced you to Brazilian experiments with constructing homes using PET bottles.  Today I’ll introduce you to Andreas Froese, a man who not only did it first in Honduras, but has gone much beyond the experimental stages to actually build over a dozen homes and community centers made of PET bottles, as well as water cisterns, bus stop benches and even a replica of a Roman aqueduct.

The next entry in the Temas Blog will be a guest blog from Andreas himself, discussing the challenges he faced in putting together these projects and the lessons learned that can be applied by those contemplating similar projects in other Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) nations.

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