The community of Stirling primary school and Brayden Clark are making ecobricks to go zero waste and build cool stuff. Brayden used a 2000ml CocaCola bottle to pack 660 g of home plastic to make his number 17 ecobrick. Based in the city of East London , Eastern Cape they are working hard to keep plastic out of the local biosphere in South Africa . Her ecobrick has a density of 0.33g/ml. Great job Brayden!

Brayden logged this ecobrick with serial number E2883 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 Brayden logged his ecobrick, with Serial No.E2883, on the GoBrik App on 06/12/2018. View the Ecobrick’s