Now a days drought has killed many big trees in many areas even in our own backyard, so inorder to recycle those dead trees we need to remove the stump or let it stay in our yard and turn it into a permanent planter. All you need are some muscle as the stump especially if it is a hard wood like oak trees. The result is amazing if you are creative and careful in chipping away.
A bottle houses and walls are building construction style which usually uses glass bottles (although mason jars, glass jugs may be used as well) as masonry units and binds them using adobe, sand, cement, stucco, clay, plaster, mortar or any other joint compound to result in an intriguing stained-glass like wall.
The Bottle Chapel at Airlie Gardens, North Carolina.
Close up at Airlie.
Market Hall Altenrhein Switzerland
An eclectic room. An artist's studio in New Zealand.
Prince Edward Island Bottle House.
Kawakawa, New Zealand men's public toilet
Bottle Wall Close-up
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One of the most valuable plastics for recycling purposes are the Milk jugs because of it's high-density polyethylene plastic. By recycling the milk container will extend the life of every community landfill, reduces transportation, it's operation and the costs of solid waste collection. Also reduces the consumption of hydrocarbon resources and the energy that would otherwise be required to produce new plastic and paperboard. You can also make crafts and decors coming from this jugs. Just be creative and have a playful mind will surely produce an amazing stuff.
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Zhang Xiangxi is a Chinese artist. He uses old television sets with cathode ray tubes (CRT) to make miniature models of interior spaces. It sounds a lot like a middle school project, but these dioramas are so carefully built and arranged that it looks like you're really peering into someone's house. You'll find everything from a replica of his parents' living room to a typical train car — all tucked carefully inside CRT TV sets. Xiangxi says, "I like to closely observe daily life and work out how to make things." If the TVs are just sitting around anyway, why not recycle them for the sake of art?