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IS IT POSSIBLE ?
RECREATING



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Embrace Foundation is a non-profit,  
educational foundation set up to  
create better understanding  
between people of different  
religions, cultures, traditions and  
world philosophies.

Embrace Foundation works to bring  
leaders and scholars of world-wide  
religions, cultures and philosophies  
together by sponsoring forums,  
seminars, lectures and developing  
an international exchange program.  
Embrace Foundation is particularly  
concerned with reaching the world  
public through the media.
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RECREATING FROM PLASTIC BAGS
Four Very Easy, Cheap, Profitable Ideas

In many non-Western nations millions of plastic bags line streets, highways and town centers as  
offensive litter. Plastic bags as litter are an eyesore and when burned they become an extremely  
toxic pollutant for the lungs, sinuses and bronchial tubes.  In many areas where plastic bags are  
burned,  the local people have to wear masks over their noses and mouths every time they go  
outside.   

Embrace wonders whether these bags could be collected, steam cleaned or boiled in scalding water  
and dried and then shredded to such a size that they do not make noise when moved.  The resulting  
plastic shred could be used for four  products.

Soundproofing

A worldwide problem is noise pollution. This becomes even more apparent when you want to sleep  
at night.
     
It would be a simple matter to take shredded bags and stuff them into custom-measured lightweight,  
thin frames covered in fabric, quilt channels to hold the stuffing in place and slide them against  
windows resting on window ledges. Alternativley, the sound deadening panels could be suspended  
by hooks. They would be easy to take down during daylight hours and simple to store. This would  
be of particular benefit for those owning hotels and guesthouses in noisy areas. This window  
soundproofing will not deaden all sound but it will be a help in muting noise.

Insulation

The same disinfected, shredded plastic bags could be sealed in large recycled plastic bags and  
inserted as waterproof insulation in buildings between outer walls and inner walls.  Often people in  
Africa, Asia, the Middle East and in the Southern Americas, construct buildings   of solid cement.  
However, if an interior wall can be constructed with plastic bag  insulation, it could modify extremes  
of temperature requiring less heat and offering some cooling effect.  This insulation could be sold  
domestically and internationally.  Otherwise, beautiful tapistries or applique quilts could be backed  
by larger versions of the soundproof panels creating more insulation in cement rooms.

Warmer Carpets

In many regions where the floors are cement or stone,  winter within a house is almost as bad as  
being without a home.  A thin four sided canvas bag about 6mm stuffed with shredded plastic bags  
could be stitched to the underside of carpets or constructed as a carpet itself, with a woven fabric  
topside.  This would offer children and babies a warmer play area in winter.  Anyone who has  
stayed in a cold, damp cement home during winter will understand the value of this.

Chair Pillows & Pet Pillows

The same concept applies to stuffing heavy fabric, beanbag style with shredded plastic for either  
Chair Pillows or Pet Pillow The advantage of these Chair Pillows or Pet Pillows is that fleas, ticks  
and lice can't live in them and the stuffing won't harbor mold or mildew. If the cover gets wet, one  
only needs to take the Chair Pillow/ Pet Pillow outside and let it dry quickly in the sun.

Most of these products can be made or manufactured as cottage industries, however the shedding  
process and the sealing of large plastic bags for insulation requires simple equipment which no  
doubt already exists for the manufacture of other types of products.