A Nigerian recycler, Adejoke Lasisi has demonstrated the amazing benefits inherent in pure water sachet waste.
Lasisi did this by making a cute dress out of over 5000 water sachets waste.
She flaunted the beautiful gown on the ‘black carpet’ of a recent award ceremony she attended.
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The Ibadan-based entrepreneur shared photos of the gown in a series of posts she made on Saturday and Sunday.
The entrepreneur who specializes in converting textile and plastic wastes into eco-friendly products is also the Founder and Creative Creator of Planet 3R
Reports suggest that ninety percent of the dress is made up of nylons, while ten percent is thread.
Her craft didn’t go unnoticed as social media several users flooded her post in awe of her work.
“As an Environmentalist, I am dazzled”
“It’s splendid. I LOVE the design. I’m wondering though if it’s itchy? I can hardly wear polyester anymore because my skin prefers natural fibers.”
“Very creative.👍Great idea and it looks good as well.”
“Beautiful is an understatement!!!!”
“It’s beautiful 😍❤️ and great job keeping the environment plastic free.”
Over 5000 water sachets waste 🗑 went into making this outfit ♻️
— Adejoke Lasisi 🇳🇬 (@AdejokeLasisi) December 4, 2022
24-year-old converts car into a ‘helicopter’
In other news, a 24-year-old young man has fulfilled his dream of one day owning a helicopter after he successfully converted his car into one.
The young Indian man, identified as Mithilesh Prasad, made some modifications to his car so it could pass for a helicopter.
He fitted some conventional helicopter-like parts such as a tail boom and a tail rotor to the main rotor to make it look like a real helicopter.
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However, the ‘helicopter’ built by Mithilesh Prasad is limited because it cannot fly.