Save Plastics are building a recycling plant for mixed plastics. In Almere, they will turn plastic waste into building blocks for houses.
Scientists in Kiel, Germany, are researching a new method to break down plastic waste more quickly in a biological way.
Rearchers in Norway are developing an open-source app that can automize the registration of plastics, building a model about pollution trends.
Fraunhofer Institute scientists conduct research with partners on reusable, biological plastics for storing cleaning agents and agricultural soil additives.
Applied on an industrial scale, plastic-producing blue-green algae could potentially revolutionize the entire production of plastics.
Marine biologists Sofía Tristancho Ruiz and Víctor Manuel Pérez Ignacio from Cadiz in Spain started their company Futuralga because they saw that seaweed was just […]
The packaging industry accounts for a large proportion of the plastic soup. A number of shops solve this problem by allowing customers to fill their […]
Problems with plastic waste reach the media almost every day. We are continually being confronted with it even in our own environment. Governments all over […]
Last Thursday three European start-ups recieved €50,000 in prize money from the European Commission as winners in the European Social Innovation Competition. Out of the […]
Enjoying the freedom of sailing and forgetting everyday worries – it could all be so great. If only the naked truth would not catch you […]