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A moldable fibrous composite made of 60% coir (coconut) fibres and 40% natural latex.

07. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

A moldable fibrous composite made of 60% coir (coconut) fibres and 40% natural latex.

07. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Imperial graduate Nicole Stjernswärd has invented Kaiku, a system that turns plants into powdered paint pigments using vaporisation technology.

04. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Imperial graduate Nicole Stjernswärd has invented Kaiku, a system that turns plants into powdered paint pigments using vaporisation technology.

04. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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With the project Shapeshift that kicks off today, funding platform Kickstarter calls for projects made from recycled materials, transforming “trash” into original product design.

03. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

With the project Shapeshift that kicks off today, funding platform Kickstarter calls for projects made from recycled materials, transforming “trash” into original product design.

03. Oktober 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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The British Plastics Federation (BPF) has launched PackScore, a sustainable plastic packaging design tool for brands, designers and retailers.

01. Oktober 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more

The British Plastics Federation (BPF) has launched PackScore, a sustainable plastic packaging design tool for brands, designers and retailers.

01. Oktober 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more
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Hitzefrei from Innsbruck packs its popsicles in Repaq. They are the first plastic free popsicles on the market. Congratulations!

30. September 2019 | Read more

Hitzefrei from Innsbruck packs its popsicles in Repaq. They are the first plastic free popsicles on the market. Congratulations!

30. September 2019 | Read more
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University of Sussex graduate Lucy Hughes used fish waste to create MarinaTex, a compostable alternative to current single-use plastic that has won her this year's UK James Dyson Award.

30. September 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

University of Sussex graduate Lucy Hughes used fish waste to create MarinaTex, a compostable alternative to current single-use plastic that has won her this year's UK James Dyson Award.

30. September 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Whether multi-layered food packaging, power cable sheathing or a toothbrush: Many plastic products cannot be recycled.

28. September 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more

Whether multi-layered food packaging, power cable sheathing or a toothbrush: Many plastic products cannot be recycled.

28. September 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more
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Ocean trash from around the world was used to create a limited edition of vacuum cleaners called “Vacs from the Sea”.

27. September 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more

Ocean trash from around the world was used to create a limited edition of vacuum cleaners called “Vacs from the Sea”.

27. September 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more
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Researchers from the University of Valle de Atemajac in Zapopan, Mexico have created a biodegradable plastic from the juice of the prickly pear cactus.

26. September 2019 | via Forbes.com | Read more

Researchers from the University of Valle de Atemajac in Zapopan, Mexico have created a biodegradable plastic from the juice of the prickly pear cactus.

26. September 2019 | via Forbes.com | Read more
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Material science and packaging engineering developing at an incredible speed. As a result, more eco friendly packaging options are on the market that can take care of a wide range of products.

23. September 2019 | via Packhelp.com | Read more

Material science and packaging engineering developing at an incredible speed. As a result, more eco friendly packaging options are on the market that can take care of a wide range of products.

23. September 2019 | via Packhelp.com | Read more