Category "Plastics"

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Hansen Packaging has created a range of lightweight jars made from renewable sources such as hemp for the cannabis industry as part of plans to restrict the use of plastics.

11. July 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more

Hansen Packaging has created a range of lightweight jars made from renewable sources such as hemp for the cannabis industry as part of plans to restrict the use of plastics.

11. July 2019 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more
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In the washing machine, abrasion of clothes removes tiny fibres which are too small to be caught by the machine’s filters. This may add up to hundreds of thousands of fibres from a single wash.

08. July 2019 | via Theconversation.com | Read more

In the washing machine, abrasion of clothes removes tiny fibres which are too small to be caught by the machine’s filters. This may add up to hundreds of thousands of fibres from a single wash.

08. July 2019 | via Theconversation.com | Read more
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Two litter pickers collected 21 sacks of litter including over 150 plastic bottles, 78 used wet-wipes and 42 used dog poo bags.

25. June 2019 | via Inews.co.uk | Read more

Two litter pickers collected 21 sacks of litter including over 150 plastic bottles, 78 used wet-wipes and 42 used dog poo bags.

25. June 2019 | via Inews.co.uk | Read more
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Precycle is a zero-waste grocery store in Brooklyn that has opened for business. The store minimizes waste, selling in bulk rather than plastic.

17. June 2019 | via Treehugger.com | Read more

Precycle is a zero-waste grocery store in Brooklyn that has opened for business. The store minimizes waste, selling in bulk rather than plastic.

17. June 2019 | via Treehugger.com | Read more
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Plastic bags that claim to be biodegradable were still intact and able to carry shopping three years after being exposed to the natural environment, a study has found.

11. June 2019 | via Theguardian.com | Read more

Plastic bags that claim to be biodegradable were still intact and able to carry shopping three years after being exposed to the natural environment, a study has found.

11. June 2019 | via Theguardian.com | Read more
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Im Rahmen des Förderprogramms Nachwachsende Rohstoffe des Bundesministeriums für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (BMEL) wurde das Projekt Bio-Barrierefolien (Biobafol) gestartet.

31. May 2019 | via Neue-verpackung.de | Read more

Im Rahmen des Förderprogramms Nachwachsende Rohstoffe des Bundesministeriums für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (BMEL) wurde das Projekt Bio-Barrierefolien (Biobafol) gestartet.

31. May 2019 | via Neue-verpackung.de | Read more
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In a new position paper, “Recycling Bioplastics,” experts from Fraunhofer UMSICHT took a closer look at the material group of bioplastics and wondered: Are bioplastics compatible with recycling?

27. May 2019 | via Britishplastics.co.uk | Read more

In a new position paper, “Recycling Bioplastics,” experts from Fraunhofer UMSICHT took a closer look at the material group of bioplastics and wondered: Are bioplastics compatible with recycling?

27. May 2019 | via Britishplastics.co.uk | Read more
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Spanish manufacturer of hand-made lamps, PET Lamp, creates colorful collections of pendant lamps using indigenous craft techniques from all over the world.

24. May 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more

Spanish manufacturer of hand-made lamps, PET Lamp, creates colorful collections of pendant lamps using indigenous craft techniques from all over the world.

24. May 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more
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Environmentally friendly packaging company BioPak has partnered with Qantas to see the world's first zero-waste flight take off.

23. May 2019 | via Businessnewsaus.com.au | Read more

Environmentally friendly packaging company BioPak has partnered with Qantas to see the world's first zero-waste flight take off.

23. May 2019 | via Businessnewsaus.com.au | Read more
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Members of the Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 recycled plastic bags to make mats for the homeless.

14. May 2019 | via Windsorstar.com | Read more

Members of the Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 recycled plastic bags to make mats for the homeless.

14. May 2019 | via Windsorstar.com | Read more