Category "Plastics"

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Comparing the main bag choices—plastic, paper and cotton—in order to try to answer that question, what's environmentally responsible.

07. May 2020 | via Phys.org | Read more

Comparing the main bag choices—plastic, paper and cotton—in order to try to answer that question, what's environmentally responsible.

07. May 2020 | via Phys.org | Read more
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Plastik mithilfe von Enzymen zerlegen und die Bausteine Bakterien schmackhaft machen, damit sie daraus Wertstoffe erzeugen. Ein europäischer Forscherverbund hat ein Konzept für ein biotechnisches Kunststoff-Upcycling entwickelt.

04. May 2020 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more

Plastik mithilfe von Enzymen zerlegen und die Bausteine Bakterien schmackhaft machen, damit sie daraus Wertstoffe erzeugen. Ein europäischer Forscherverbund hat ein Konzept für ein biotechnisches Kunststoff-Upcycling entwickelt.

04. May 2020 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more
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Canadian-based company Genecisdeveloped biological processes that convert food waste, otherwise destined for the landfill, into biodegradable plastics.

02. May 2020 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

Canadian-based company Genecisdeveloped biological processes that convert food waste, otherwise destined for the landfill, into biodegradable plastics.

02. May 2020 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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The results of the European Bioplastics’ annual market data update, reportedly confirm the dynamic growth of the global bioplastics industry. Packaging remains the largest field of application for bioplastics.

01. May 2020 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more

The results of the European Bioplastics’ annual market data update, reportedly confirm the dynamic growth of the global bioplastics industry. Packaging remains the largest field of application for bioplastics.

01. May 2020 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more
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For the first time patches of floating macroplastics are detectable in optical data acquired by the European Space Agency Sentinel-2 satellites.

25. April 2020 | via Nature.com | Read more

For the first time patches of floating macroplastics are detectable in optical data acquired by the European Space Agency Sentinel-2 satellites.

25. April 2020 | via Nature.com | Read more
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Polylactic acids, starch blends, cellulose, and other bioplastics achieve significantly higher growth rates than conventional standard plastics made of mineral oils or natural gases.

14. April 2020 | via Bioplasticsmagazine.com | Read more

Polylactic acids, starch blends, cellulose, and other bioplastics achieve significantly higher growth rates than conventional standard plastics made of mineral oils or natural gases.

14. April 2020 | via Bioplasticsmagazine.com | Read more
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The industry has shown an openness to change.

31. March 2020 | via Foodservicefootprint.com | Read more

The industry has shown an openness to change.

31. March 2020 | via Foodservicefootprint.com | Read more
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Australian start-up launches certified compostable and biodegradable stretch wrap made from plant-based products.

30. March 2020 | Read more

Australian start-up launches certified compostable and biodegradable stretch wrap made from plant-based products.

30. March 2020 | Read more
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Designer Brodie Neill has created a contemporary hourglass filled with microplastic instead of sand to highlight the issue of ocean plastic pollution.

17. March 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Designer Brodie Neill has created a contemporary hourglass filled with microplastic instead of sand to highlight the issue of ocean plastic pollution.

17. March 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Die weltweite Bioplastik-Produktion wird bis 2021 um 50 Prozent auf 6,1 Mio. Tonnen ansteigen. Das geht aus der Marktstudie von European Bioplastics und nova-Institut hervor.

16. March 2020 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more

Die weltweite Bioplastik-Produktion wird bis 2021 um 50 Prozent auf 6,1 Mio. Tonnen ansteigen. Das geht aus der Marktstudie von European Bioplastics und nova-Institut hervor.

16. March 2020 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more