Ecuador faces yearly tropical storms, so Gary Young decided that he could use the dirt from his Ecuador Farm to make bricks for the locals. He produces these bricks to sell at cost to families to help them build stable homes. The bricks sell for around 50 cents or less a piece. It is amazing to be a part of a company that wants to help the locals and provide them materials to make their lives better.
Young Living also uses these bricks to build the Young Living Academy schools.
So how do they make these bricks? The workers pour a dirt mixture into the machine and it is compressed into the shape of a brick. They use a paint brush to clean off the extra dirt on the brick and it is placed in the sun to dry. The bricks need to sit in the sun to cure for 7-14 days.
Here is a video of the brick making process:
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