Architects Seek Plastic Bottles to Build Shelters for Mexico Quake Homeless 1 234 567

Architects Seek Plastic Bottles to Build Shelters for Mexico Quake Homeless

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Tens of thousands of empty plastic bottles could be filled with rubble and earth to build quake-resistant emergency shelters for people who were made homeless in Mexico's recent tremors, said architects who are urging people to donate bottles.

Starting in the shattered town of Jojutla in Morelos state, near the epicenter of last Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake, the proposal aims to help locals build cheap shelters big enough for two to four people, made from bottles filled with...

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