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Solar Bottle Lights In The Philippines
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Solar Bottle Lights In The Philippines
A single soda bottle filled with water (plus some chlorine) can be used to produces about 55watts of light in homes without electricity. This simple solution will changes the lives of many in the developing worlds.


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Posted by Tibor on November 16, 2011
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