Scientists have found a new way to eliminate plastic pollution, by using bacteria to transform plastic waste into vanilla flavoring.
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Just 20 companies are responsible for more than half of the global trashed single-use plastic.
The amount of plastic washing up onto the shores of remote South Atlantic islands is 10 times greater than it was a decade ago.
A 38-foot-tall whale created from 5 tons of plastic waste surfaces in Bruges.
Ever wondered how much plastic we’re producing and throwing away? (Hint: It’s a lot)…
Researchers found a new way to turn plastic waste, into liquid fuel.
Some bacteria think plastic is an amazing food, and metabolize plastic, helping us to clean up plastic waste.
The Luzinterruptus latest urban interventions in public space, is an artistic labyrinth of plastic waste created from 6000 illuminated bottles.
The ‘Manta’ is a giant, plastic-eating catamaran that collects trash, powered by renewable energy.
A new type of plastic made of reclaimed waste readily degrades in less than 12 months.