Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
As the airline industry attempts to be more eco-friendly, aircraft recycling has gathered more interest than ever before. But this might not be what they had in mind.
Bruce Campbell, an engineer from Oregon, USA, adapted a decommissioned Boeing 727 into a private home for himself.
He lives inside the plane nearly six months of the year. The rest of the time, he is in Japan, where he's now also looking to buy a decommissioned Boeing 747.
Campbell bought it when he was in his 20s, and has spent a few hundred thousand US dollars buying it and doing it up.
Campbell even built a temporary shower in the plane and he is now redoing the toilet.
According to the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association, 90 percent of an aircraft can be recycled. But this usually means that different parts and materials of the plane are reused, not the entire aircraft.

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest
Oregon man recycles plane as his home in the forest

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