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Transcript of Plastic bottles
Ivan Dario Chavarro
1. history of plastic bottles
2. materials to do bottles.
3. How to do a
4. How to recicle
5.What can we do
with a bottle
Leonardo Da Vinci invented the first form of natural plastic during the renaissance period.The plastic Da Vinci created was made from both animal and vegetable glues combined with organic fibers. When this combination dried Da Vinci was left with a product that would be described today as a plastic like substance. In 1862, Alexander Parkes was responsible for introducing the first man made plastic at the Great International Exhibition in London. This man made plastic was nicknamed Parkesine! Due to an extremely expensive production cost of raw materials as well as the combustability of the finished product, the product became obsolete.
Plastic bottles were first used commercially in 1947, but remained relatively expensive until the early 1960's when high-density Polyethylene was introduced. They quickly became popular with both manufacturers and customers due to their lightweight nature and relatively low production costs compared with glass bottles. The food industry has almost completely replaced glass in many cases with plastic bottles, but wine and beer are still commonly sold in glass bottles. materials of the plastic
- Plastic. How to do a plastic bottle
How to recicle a plastic bottle
You can just re use the bottles yuo have already usa by refilling them up eith other likuid.
Or do the same as when you do a plastic botle. What can we do with a bottle
With a plastic bottle we can make basicaly things that are composed by cilindric shapes; like a lamp.