6 year olds can make ecobricks too…while eating mangoes on a Saturday afternoon! Our school, Futuro Verde, is asking students to bring in Ecobricks to build garden beds to improve green spaces in our rural school in Puntarenas, Costa Rica!

The community of Centro Educativo Futuro Verde and Katie Chiaverini are making ecobricks to go zero waste and build cool stuff. Katie used a 600ml Alpina bottle to pack 200 g of home plastic to make her number 4 ecobrick. Based in the city of Cobano, Puntarenas Province they are working hard to keep plastic out of the local biosphere in Costa Rica. Hurray! Stay posted to see what they build.

Katie logged this ecobrick with serial number E1765 on GoBrik. View the Ecobrick’s full data on GoBrik. You can also view this ecobrick on the Live GoBrik Flow.

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This is an automatic post made right after Katie logged her ecobrick, with Serial No.E1765, on the GoBrik App on 04/15/2018. View the Ecobrick’s