Sustainable product: Impressive photos of team turning plastic bottles into broomsticks emerge online

Sustainable product: Impressive photos of team turning plastic bottles into broomsticks emerge online

- A young woman who turns discarded plastic bottles into broomsticks has been captured on camera

- She was spotted cutting the waste plastic bottles to convert into stiff fibres

- Photos online show the stiff fibres attached to long wooden sticks for cleaning

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A young woman who turns discarded plastic bottles into sustainable broomsticks for cleaning has been captured on camera during her usual working hours.

The talented woman whose identity is yet to be known was spotted busily cutting some of the plastic bottles with scissors to convert them into stiff fibres.

In some of the impressive photos online, the stiff fibres have been attached to wooden handles, which is commonly used in combination with a dustpan.

Sustainable products: Impressive photos of a team turning waste plastic bottles into broomsticks emerge online
Sustainable products: Impressive photos of team turning waste plastic bottles into broomsticks emerge online. Image: crabbimedia
Source: Instagram

The photos also show a faceless man using a machine to polish the wooden frame used to hold the plastic fibres.

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The broomstick which is suitable for sweeping the floors of homes and offices is soft enough to move light dust and stiff enough to achieve a firm sweeping action.

The photos have garnered comments praising the team for their creativity.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported Senior Master Sergeant Eva Appiah of the 357th Airlift Squadron First Sergeant is trailblazing the frontlines of the United States Airforce.

The native of Agona Swedru who has become an inspiration to many across the world has been featured on the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) website for her commendable achievements.

Senior Master Sergeant Eva Appiah (ah-pee-ah), 357th Airlift Squadron first sergeant, was raised by a working-class single mother in the small village of Agona Swedru in Ghana.

In other news, an aspiring nursing student, Janet Boateng who sells sugarcane in traffic on the streets of Accra has opened up about her ambition and struggle.

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The businesswoman who hails from Asante Akim Agogo in the Ashanti Region moved from her village to Accra to seek greener pastures to fund her nursing education.

Janet Boateng studied General Arts at the Collins Senior High School in Agogo and wants to become a nurse or police officer.

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