Since 1978, humans contributed unconsciously to spread these plastic bottles over the oceans, beaches, cities and lands.

Humans basic needs for food, and beverages, have been the root of the loss of responsibility on manufacturers and consumers alike. 

The Plastic Bottle Village's goal is to send qualified teams to developing Countries, to teach individuals from different parts of the planet, how to build reusing PET plastic bottles as construction materials for homes and shelters. 

Ant societies have division of labour, communication between individuals, and an ability to solve complex problems. These parallels with human societies have long been an inspiration and subject of study.

Ants appear to operate as a unified entity, collectively working together to support the colony. At the Plastic Bottle Village, we inspire to bring together a collective of minds and bodies, to work together to create awareness, and to take part in educating the world, to the positive effects of re-using PET bottles s an Eco building material.

Say NO to single use plastic bottles
If you say YES, than drink it, and build it

Protect Wildness and Wildlife.


We all remember the big oil spill in 2010 in Gulf of Mexico, caused by the explosion of the oil platform Horizon where unfortunately 14 persons lost their lives.

The platform was owned by British Petroleum.

BP had to pay 60 billion $ for this accidental oil spill.

PET plastic bottles are modified oil. They are the biggest non-accidental oil spill of human time.

How much does the bottlers of the World contribute to clean their non-accidental oil spill?

How many Billions are spent to look for a new planet with water and oxygen?

We don't need a new planet, we need to clean our own planet..

Maybe if the bottlers would contribute to a cleaning fund, the funds could be used to start giving incentive to population of developing Countries, and have them cleaning in exchange for food and cell phone time.

Food for thought.




Nathaniel C. Wyeth
Born October 24, 1911
Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, United States
Died July 4, 1990 (aged 78)
Nationality American
Alma mater University of Pennsylvania
Occupation inventor, chemical engineer

Nathaniel Wyeth joined DuPont in 1936 as a field engineer.

In 1967, he pondered whether soda could be stored in plastic bottles. After experimenting with a plastic detergent bottle that proved incapable of withstanding the forces of pressurized liquids, he realized that a much stronger material would be required. He settled on polyethylene terephthalate ( PET) as the material and received a patent in 1973.

Coca-Cola introduced the first single use PET bottle in 1978.

What a great invention in 1973. Fourty years later, if Nathaniel came out of his grave today, and saw the disaster his invention created to our planet, he would probably realize that his invention was more a crime against humanity…

Did DUPONT AND Nathaniel thOUGHT about the following, back then?

  • Time needed to drink the content, and how much time for the bottle to self degrade.
  • That only 30 % would be recycled, and 70% would be spread in our ocean’s and nature.
  • That nature would need 500 years + to degrade, and eliminated that bottle.
  • That human life expectancy is 80 years, some humans can reach 100 years, and his bottles last 500 year +.
  • That every time someone would consume a drink, he would mortgage the generations to follow, for 500 + years?
  • That plastic in the oceans can act as a magnifying glass, and contribute to global warming by heating the sea water, and melting the iceburg. 

Say NO to single use plastic bottles
If you say YES, than drink it, and build it

Change the world without changing the Earth.