Scientists at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena in Germany are researching sustainable plastics that are capable of self-healing, have intelligent properties and can be recycled if required.
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Researchers from the Dutch University of Wageningen examined 340 kilos of waste that was washed ashore on the uninhabited Dutch Wadden island of Griend.
Microplastics in rivers, seas and oceans pose an increasing threat to humans and animals. Students of Eindhoven University of Technology are working on a machine to count plastic granules in rivers.
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By the year 2050, plastic production will account for 15 to 20% of CO2 emissions, according to figures from EIT Climate KIC, a European institution […]
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Eight billion kilos. That’s about how much plastic ends up in the ocean every year. 80 % of all that plastic ends up into rivers […]
Enjoying the freedom of sailing and forgetting everyday worries – it could all be so great. If only the naked truth would not catch you […]
Plastic waste is one of the greatest problems of our time. While in the 1950s about 1.5 million tons of plastic were produced per year, […]
Approximately 35 billion plastic bottles are thrown away every year, and scientists estimate a total plastic waste of approximately 6300 million tons. 91 Percent of […]
Society is baulking at the impact of our collective plastic footprint. But some alternatives are occurring Only half of the plastic used for packaging is […]