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Russell Maier just ecobricked 239 g of plastic in Ubud, Indonesia. Russell used a 600ml bottle to pack 239 g of home plastic to make their number 1 ecobrick. Based in the community of Ubud GEA Team they are working hard to keep plastic out of the local biosphere in Indonesia.

The ecobrick has a density of 0.40g/ml and is permanently marked with Serial Number 26522 that can be looked up anytime to get the full details on this ecobrick. The ecobrick was logged on 02/13/2019.

“Woohoo! We’ve found a permanent, inexpensive and universally locally available solution to serializing Ecobricks: Nail polish! It enables the 99% permanent enscription of an ecobrick possible to anyone anywhere. I say 99% because there is always nail polish remover… Which could come in handy if you make a typo!”

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