The Ocean Cleanup nonprofit organization, announced that begins cleaning plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Scientists have found a new way to eliminate plastic pollution, by using bacteria to transform plastic waste into vanilla flavoring.
Just 20 companies are responsible for more than half of the global trashed single-use plastic.
The ‘Manta’ is a giant, plastic-eating catamaran that collects trash, powered by renewable energy.
The non-profit company Ocean Cleanup, created to rid the oceans of plastic, is now preparing floating garbage trucks to clean polluted rivers.
A new type of plastic made of reclaimed waste readily degrades in less than 12 months.
A based in Netherlands company creates new plant-based plastic, degradable in just one year.
China announced five-year plan to ban single-use plastics.
Ocean Cleanup mission one completed by returning to shore the first plastic catch.
The Ocean Cleanup the Dutch non-profit organization, successfully catches plastic in Great Pacific Garbage Patch.