Child of the Nile. Another giant pyramid was built in Egypt, this time from garbage (photo)
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The new pyramid took 5 days to build, and it took 18 tons to create it waste caught in the river.
The famous pyramids of Giza have found a new neighbor in the face of a giant garbage pyramid generated by the Nile. More precisely, garbage from the river, writes Express.
The pyramid of garbage was erected on the eve of the UN COP27 conference, which will be held this year in Sharm el-Sheikh. The initiative aims to clean up the planet in the next 100 years.
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The unique three-story pyramid was erected by employees of Zero Co, a zero waste company, as well as employees of The Hidden Sea wine mission.
It took 5 days and 18 tons of garbage to create a giant garbage pyramid, which was caught in Nile. According to the authors of the project, the pile of waste used in construction is equivalent to a million plastic bottles of water and garbage.
According to the founder of The Hidden Sea wine company Justin Moran, they have developed a plan that really works – with every purchase of wine, they extract ocean plastic. As a result of this initiative, they have already managed to clean up 18 million plastic bottles from the ocean. However, this is just a drop in the ocean.
According to the founder of the 100YR CLEANUP project, Mike Smith, activists will not be able to solve the problem of plastic pollution on the planet alone, but they are ready to help businesses and other activists. According to Smith, only by working together, humanity will be able to cope with the problem of pollution of the planet.