Old pop bottles light up lives of Manila's poor
Sheila Royeras points to the new solar light bulb that's made from an old pop bottle. Photo/Simone Orendain
A litre of light
Discarded plastic bottles are throwing new light in a Philippine slum today in ways he'd never have imagined.
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