Non-biodegradable plastic bags have become a massive problem for world. Most of these plastic bags are just left out in the street waiting to be swept into the ocean. A small percentage make it to the land fill and that is where it will stay for decades before it degrades. This is where one can take these plastic bags and effectively compress them into a brick. This is done by melting them down by the sun alone and putting it into a mold and just applying pressure to it. This would make for building extremely cheap structures where there is an abundance of plastic just laying around. Withstanding around six tons of pressure, could this spell for a new type of public housing for the low income? If we were to collect all of our plastic waste in our country and then transport it to dense population areas or places with little economy, we could knock out two birds with one stone. Of course there are other factors to think about, like how would this building degrade and would melted plastic have a unique smell when under the beating sun? Would they start to melt again if it does get too hot? These bricks would probably not be used for major companies or in skyscrapers as it cannot support that much weight. But, further experimenting could produce a new way strengthen these bonds that were chemically formed in the plastic and revolutionize the way we look and design buildings.