Ani Himawati just ecobricked 223 g of plastic in Ubud, Indonesia. Ani used a 600ml bottle to pack 223 g of home plastic into a Normal Ecobrick. It is her number 31 ecobrick. Based in Bali, her community Ani & Russ’s Neighbourhood Ecobrick Hub, is working hard to keep plastic out of the biosphere in Indonesia.
The ecobrick has a density of 0.37g/ml and represents 0.69kg CO2 Kg of sequestered C02. The ecobrick is permanently marked with Serial Number 75525 and on 04/06/2020 was automatically added to the validation queue. You can check the ecobricks full information and authentication status at any time by looking it up on GoBrik.
„Tetap membuat ecobrick selama di rumah dalam kondisi seperti ini. Makin hati-hati menggunakan dan mengelola plastik di saat pendemik begini. Dan menjalankan teknik baru berecobrick sesuai hasil penelitian mengenai kaitan plastik & virus. Tetap sehat, kuat dan makin peduli! 💜“
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tags: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia