World’s Largest T-Shirt Made From Recycled Plastic Yarn To Be Converted Into 10,000 Tees For the Needy

Measuring 97.5 meters high and 70.08 meters across, the giant t-shirt was made using recycled plastic waste from polyethylene terephthalate bottles.

Read more about this project via The Hindu.


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