What can you do with old plastic bottles? In addition to recycling you probably think that there are not too many things that you can do. But what if we told you that you can make your own air conditioner that does not use electricity at all!

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Luckily, a project called Eco-Cooler is helping more and more people to cool down their homes even when they don’t have electricity. All you need is an ordinary plastic bottles and a piece of cardboard. This simple construction has already been placed in more than 25,000 homes in Bangladesh.

The preparation of this amazing air conditioner is very simple and easy.

First, you need to cut holes in the large piece of thick cardboard. The holes should be wide enough for the neck of the bottles. Then, cut the plastic bottles in half and cut off the top of the bottle cap with scissors. Set this net above the windows.

Make sure that the narrower upper end of the bottle is facing the interior of the house.

As the wind blows through the bottle, fresh air pours in. This eco-air conditioner can reduce the temperature up to 5°C, which is quite impressive considering that it costs almost nothing!

The project is set online for free with the hope that will reach as many people as possible.

Now all you need to do is watch the video below for more information on this ingenious and excellent project:

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What can you do with old plastic bottles? In addition to recycling you probably think that there are not too many things that you can do. But what if we told you that you can make your own air conditioner that does not use electricity at all! Luckily, a project called...