Category "Waste"

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Ecopixel is an Italian manufacturing company that makes bespoke products from shredded plastic waste.

01. June 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Ecopixel is an Italian manufacturing company that makes bespoke products from shredded plastic waste.

01. June 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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New research suggests that 100 million square metres of the UK’s river network is at risk of contamination by plastic particles from vehicle tyres.

29. May 2020 | via Sciencefocus.com | Read more

New research suggests that 100 million square metres of the UK’s river network is at risk of contamination by plastic particles from vehicle tyres.

29. May 2020 | via Sciencefocus.com | Read more
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A North Berwick-based environmental group has helped a local takeaway reduce its plastic use by providing it with reusable containers.

28. May 2020 | via Eastlothiancourier.com | Read more

A North Berwick-based environmental group has helped a local takeaway reduce its plastic use by providing it with reusable containers.

28. May 2020 | via Eastlothiancourier.com | Read more
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Brooklyn-based accessories brand Bembien is known for its handmade, artisanal bags. Recently, they introduced an extra special collection made out of 100% recycled plastic.

26. May 2020 | via Settingmind.com | Read more

Brooklyn-based accessories brand Bembien is known for its handmade, artisanal bags. Recently, they introduced an extra special collection made out of 100% recycled plastic.

26. May 2020 | via Settingmind.com | Read more
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Twenty-eight years of data (1988–2016) were compiled on the imports and exports of the category “plastic waste, parings, and scrap”.

25. May 2020 | via Advances.sciencemag.org | Read more

Twenty-eight years of data (1988–2016) were compiled on the imports and exports of the category “plastic waste, parings, and scrap”.

25. May 2020 | via Advances.sciencemag.org | Read more
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Chiara Rivituso and Matteo Bastiani are Milan-based designers who turn food packaging and shipping materials into purses.

18. May 2020 | via Insider.com | Read more

Chiara Rivituso and Matteo Bastiani are Milan-based designers who turn food packaging and shipping materials into purses.

18. May 2020 | via Insider.com | Read more
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Pieces of rubbish are displayed as artefacts in the Museum of Modern Waste, which Design School Kolding is exhibiting as part of VDF x Ventura Projects.

15. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Pieces of rubbish are displayed as artefacts in the Museum of Modern Waste, which Design School Kolding is exhibiting as part of VDF x Ventura Projects.

15. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Researchers at the University of Strathclyde and the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées at the University of Toulouse found tiny plastic fragments in sea spray.

14. May 2020 | via Theguardian.com | Read more

Researchers at the University of Strathclyde and the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées at the University of Toulouse found tiny plastic fragments in sea spray.

14. May 2020 | via Theguardian.com | Read more
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The Norwegian Presence 2020 exhibition is centred around the idea of the circular economy, an economic system that minimises use of natural resources and designs out waste and pollution.

12. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

The Norwegian Presence 2020 exhibition is centred around the idea of the circular economy, an economic system that minimises use of natural resources and designs out waste and pollution.

12. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Engineered to stick around for decades—and potentially thousands of years or more—plastic continues its journey long after we throw it away.

11. May 2020 | via Fluxhawaii.com | Read more

Engineered to stick around for decades—and potentially thousands of years or more—plastic continues its journey long after we throw it away.

11. May 2020 | via Fluxhawaii.com | Read more