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Cigarette butts are actually the most abundant form of plastic waste in the world, with about 4.5 trillion individual butts polluting our global environment.

Filters - which make up the ends or butts of the cigarette - are made of cellulose acetate, a synthetic product that is commercially derived from wood pulp. It has also been used to make magnetic tape, frames for glasses, and even the original Lego toy bricks.


One Ashtray unit is made of 3 kgs of plastic trash. 
The collected cigarette butts will be used as  a raw material for different application which can be used in making products.

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The process of Cigarette butts making into sheet is followed :
1. Vibrator to separate the filter from tobacco and paper
2. Shredder to first cut the butts in fine particles
3. Fine particles would be inserted into a heat compression machine then compress the fine particles and make it into a brick.


We will crowdsource for 100 AshTrays in phase I abd 200 more ashtrys in phase II and workshop set up for the exploration of industrial usage of cigarette butts. We need your help urgently. No donation amount is too small.

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