Man Builds House with 13 000kg of Plastic Waste, Incredible Photo Stuns Social Media

Man Builds House with 13 000kg of Plastic Waste, Incredible Photo Stuns Social Media

- A man in Ghana with the help of the Skills Development Fund has built a beautiful house from plastic and people love it, especially the idea of sustainability incorporated into the endeavour

- With the idea, he had his workers trained before they set out on the task that would later become the country's first of its kind

- Many social media users on Facebook said they would love to meet the man behind the project and pick his brain for idea

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A beautiful building that attests to the power of recycling has got many social media users talking. Posting about the house, the Danish embassy in Ghana said the building is the country's first house made from plastic waste.

Photos of house built from plastic wastes stun social media
Many people praised the idea behind the construction of a home made from plastic waste. Photo source: Embassy of Denmark in Ghana
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The mission also revealed that the building was done with help from the Skills Development Fund.

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A man named Danida Nelson Boateng applied to the organisation and his workers were trained. The fine house was made from 13 000 kilograms of plastic that were cast into bricks.

See the Facebook post below:

As at the time of writing this report, the link has over 300 shares with over 400 likes. Below are some of the reactions it gathered:

Harry Amegashie said:

"This is sustainable development... Well done stakeholders."

Hye Mema asked:

"How much does it cost to put up a two-bedroom apartment?"

Kofi Azubil Joseph Akim said:

"This is the future of cost-effective houses, we must find ways to do away with every constraint and keep it on our developmental project. This is the future, less cement, more plastic. I wish I had his contact."

John Black said:

"Where is your establishment located and if I can as well have your number too please."

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Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a civil engineer, Ahmed Yahaya, who became popular after using thousands of bottles to build a house, spoke more about what influenced his decision to go through with that kind of recycling.

The man said he used PET bottles to design the house in an African round shape and there are three rooms that can be used for different purposes.

The civil engineer stated that the discarded bottles are gathered from different dumps in Kaduna. He added that during the collection, nobody took them seriously, asking why they were busy collecting waste.

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