This shows the plastic water bottle effect. this shows how much of an effect water bottles can have on the economy and how much better it is to use reusable bottles. it also points out how 1 out of 6 bottles are recycled properly.
We did not want our guest to have to stare at our tools/lawn equipment so we ended up wrapping the entire garage with rolls of plastic table clothes. A staple gun was used to secure the plastic to the ceiling and again at the bottom of the wall. Then we finished off the look with streamers and tissue paper puffs. The total cost for this project was less than $20. The end result turned out looking like a fun circus tent! Far better than we had imagined.
CustomMade has released an infographic that does an excellent job of illustrating our plastic addiction problem and showing the actual terrifying numbers. It suggests practical ways in which to reduce that unhealthy dependency.
Amazing idea... with only 12$..water blob made with Painter’s plastic....plastic sheeting (*4 mil* – any size (here is used 10×25-foot roll, and cut it down to about 10×20) • an iron; • a hose; • (optional) coloring. Lay the plastic sheet down to form a water mattress and seal with iron