Eco-bricks keep plastic out of the biosphere. Plastic pollution is suffocating our planet and we are learning the hard way that being a throwaway society doesn’t do the environment any favors. By making your own Eco-bricks, you can take responsibility for the plastic that you use almost every day. Our Eco-school in the Western Cape, Glenwood House School, have developed an “imperfectly perfect“ response to reduce plastic pollution. Glenwood House has been a WESSA Eco-School for 16 years.
Little Glen Eco-warriors have been collecting plastics from their homes and at school to make eco-bricks. Their Eco-bricks were handed over to the George Family Welfare in Cape Town, which will help to build new homes for the less fortunate. Glenwood House School is excited to continue supporting George Family Welfare and building a brighter future for all community members.