Philippine surfers re-use sea waste

A group of surfers in the Philippines have started what they call the 'stuff it' challenge - stuffing rubbish into plastic bottles as a way to re-use garbage and stop it from polluting the seas.

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    Every year, millions of plastic bottles end up in landfills or in the world's oceans.

    A group of surfers in the Philippines have started what they call the "stuff it" challenge - stuffing rubbish into plastic bottles as a way to re-use garbage and stop it from polluting the seas.

    The stuffed bottles are re-purposed as bricks.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Zambales, central Philippines.


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