Category "Material"

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Made from polylactic acid (PLA), the set is the result of designer Qiyun Deng’s studies at the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne in Switzerland.

27. Dezember 2018 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

Made from polylactic acid (PLA), the set is the result of designer Qiyun Deng’s studies at the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne in Switzerland.

27. Dezember 2018 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Slovakian designer Šimon Kern's Beleaf chair is made from a mixture of recycledleaves and bio-resin.

22. Dezember 2018 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Slovakian designer Šimon Kern's Beleaf chair is made from a mixture of recycledleaves and bio-resin.

22. Dezember 2018 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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London-based designer designer Peter Marigold is launching a remouldable bioplastic card that can be used to make new tools and modify or repair broken objects.

21. Dezember 2018 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

London-based designer designer Peter Marigold is launching a remouldable bioplastic card that can be used to make new tools and modify or repair broken objects.

21. Dezember 2018 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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BASF’s ChemCycling project is a new innovative way to reutilize the plastic wastes by thermochemical processes to produce syngas or oils.

18. Dezember 2018 | via Plasticsinsight.com | Read more

BASF’s ChemCycling project is a new innovative way to reutilize the plastic wastes by thermochemical processes to produce syngas or oils.

18. Dezember 2018 | via Plasticsinsight.com | Read more
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TheCircularLab creates a plastic from plant waste that can be recycled, composted and can biodegrade in a marine environment.

15. Dezember 2018 | via Thecircularlab.com | Read more

TheCircularLab creates a plastic from plant waste that can be recycled, composted and can biodegrade in a marine environment.

15. Dezember 2018 | via Thecircularlab.com | Read more
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Sulfur is a waste product from many industrial processes and could be an alternative to oil from which to manufacture plastics.

11. Dezember 2018 | via Theconversation.com | Read more

Sulfur is a waste product from many industrial processes and could be an alternative to oil from which to manufacture plastics.

11. Dezember 2018 | via Theconversation.com | Read more
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Glues have been the cornerstone of linear mass production. But the same glues are a circular economy nightmare. So what about a glue that works like a screw? That’s the idea behind the DSM-Niaga joint-venture.

10. Dezember 2018 | via Circulatenews.org | Read more

Glues have been the cornerstone of linear mass production. But the same glues are a circular economy nightmare. So what about a glue that works like a screw? That’s the idea behind the DSM-Niaga joint-venture.

10. Dezember 2018 | via Circulatenews.org | Read more
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Scoby, is a membrane made of bacteria and yeast, which is created through a fermentation process.

27. November 2018 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Scoby, is a membrane made of bacteria and yeast, which is created through a fermentation process.

27. November 2018 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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A team of students at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, have developed a new bioplastic packaging called Plasticor, which gives alert by changing color on spoilage of packed food.

26. November 2018 | via Plasticsinsight.com | Read more

A team of students at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, have developed a new bioplastic packaging called Plasticor, which gives alert by changing color on spoilage of packed food.

26. November 2018 | via Plasticsinsight.com | Read more
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London-based architectural & design firm creates “urban curtain” that converts CO2 in bioplastics and fights climate change.

24. November 2018 | via bioplasticsnews.com | Read more

London-based architectural & design firm creates “urban curtain” that converts CO2 in bioplastics and fights climate change.

24. November 2018 | via bioplasticsnews.com | Read more