From window to jug: Lebanese recycle glass from Beirut blast
[Africanews - Africa] - 6/09/2020
Standing in a pile of broken glass in northern Lebanon, a man forced shovel-loads of shards retrieved from Beirut after the massive explosion at its port into a red-hot furnace. Melted down at a factory in second city Tripoli, they re-emerged as molten glass ready to be recycled into (...)... Article published by "Africanews" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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