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    My wife and kids have started making some.

    Anyone else out there doing something similar?

    https://www.aquarium.co.za/blog/entr...-waste-at-home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    My wife and kids have started making some.

    Anyone else out there doing something similar?

    https://www.aquarium.co.za/blog/entr...-waste-at-home
    Aah, so now itís wifey's chance to bring home the bacon.

    I would be worried about fire hazards. If that house burns down you will see the smoke for days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy View Post
    Aah, so now itís wifey's chance to bring home the bacon.

    I would be worried about fire hazards. If that house burns down you will see the smoke for days.
    Smoked bacon always tastes better .

    No, not planning on building a house. But rather garden features, benches etc.....

    Not my cup of tea but if it keeps the wife happy....

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    I started over the weekend after reading Bacon's post. The amount of plastic you can stick into a 2l bottle is unbelievable. Wish everybody in SA would do this. It will take a lot of plastic off the streets/field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep Fan View Post
    I started over the weekend after reading Bacon's post. The amount of plastic you can stick into a 2l bottle is unbelievable. Wish everybody in SA would do this. It will take a lot of plastic off the streets/field.
    Would help a lot!

    Interesting to see what you can build with this stuff....

    Hoping to sell the idea to my employees that live in shacks. Problem with zink is that it's freezing in the winter and extremely hot in the summer... Could be a form of low cost housing.

    Imagine how much less plastic etc would be lying around if this could actually take off.

    Suddenly waste would have value!

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    yes SWAMBO has started with this

    hence I will keep my opinion to myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post

    hence I will keep my opinion to myself
    No need for this. This is surely an unemotional/apolitical/non sport related topic

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