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Ecobrick Art In Island

Collect your plastics to enter Art In Island for free!

October 16, 2019 Shaina Dulay

Got a lot of plastic in your home? Discard them wisely and enter Art In Island for FREE!

Art In Island is a famous interactive art museum located in Cubao that we all want to go to at least once in our lives. It would be really nice if we could take some cool photos or selfies from there that we could post on the gram. However, because of the awesomeness of the place, the entrance fee is undeniably expensive.

The regular admission fee is priced at P500 for adults and P400 for PWDs, students, or senior citizens. But what if we told you that you can get inside Art In Island for FREE?

Your plastic waste is the key

Recently, because of our intention to transition into a zero waste lifestyle, we have searched for ways to deal with our existing plastic waste. As part of a Filipino family, there is no denying that there is an accumulation of plastic bags in our homes – ones which came from the grocery, from deliveries, etc. So fortunately during our search, we were able to discover ecobricks.

Here is one of our many EcoBricks What is an EcoBrick you ...

Ecobricks are simply used plastic bottles filled to the brim with more plastic. These bottles are usually stuffed with sachets, straws, food packaging, and other possible plastics.

Ecobricks are used to ensure that the harmful plastic won’t end up in rivers and oceans. Moreover, they are also used in construction in certain places all over the world.

INTO ECOBRICKS – UPCYCLE SANTA FE

They are just an amazing way to manage plastic waste that is already around us, and they look really easy and fun to make. And so by now, you should already know that yes, ecobricks are your ticket to Art In Island.

The interactive art museum’s mechanics

Last May 3, Art In Island has taken to Facebook to announce their green initiative. They are offering people the chance to enter their museum for FREE, given that they follow these mechanics:

Easy, right? So if you have a lot of plastic on your hands right now, transform them into ecobricks already! The promo is only until October 25 this year, so make sure that you don’t miss your chance.

On the other hand, if ever you don’t make it by that time limit, we still hope that learning about ecobricks will influence you enough to make a difference! After all, this planet needs us.

 

Are you willing to join the #EcobrickChallenge? Let us know what you think of it by commenting down below! Or just simply hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter accounts, @udouph.