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Common plastics can be broken down by enzymes found in cow stomachs

News Post || Tech News By Krista Charles Cows in the Karwendel mountains of Austria Thomas Winz/Getty Images Cows have…

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Compostable plastic cutlery can be recycled into home-insulating foam

News Post || Tech News By Matthew Sparkes Foam structures of various sizes made from recycled PLA plastic Heon Park…

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Recycling turbine blades: the Achilles heel of wind power

News Post || Euro News: In this episode of Unreported Europe, Monica Pinna investigates the latest controversy engulfing the wind…

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Lego is finally making its iconic bricks from recycled plastic

US HEADLINES: Lego is finally on its way to making its iconic toy bricks more sustainable. The toymaker unveiled this…

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Refugees team up with fashion students at Paris upcycling workshop

News Post || Euro News: Issued on: 15/06/2021 – 15:46 From old denim fabrics, Afghan refugee Bagher Husseini fashioned a pair…

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Slump in electronics sales due to pandemic could help tackle e-waste

News Post || Tech News By Matthew Sparkes E-waste at a recycling plant in Massachusetts Zoran Milich/Getty Images The covid-19…

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The local initiatives in France taking on the problem of plastic waste

News Post || Euro News: For the duration of euronews” Green Week, our magazine and news teams are exploring stories…

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The Race To Develop Plastic-Eating Bacteria

News Post || Tech News Scientists have discovered bacteria that are able to biodegrade plastics from polymers back into ……

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Plastic bottles holding 2.3 litres are least harmful to the planet

News Post || Tech News By Ibrahim Sawal Plastic bottles are a significant source of plastic waste M. Timothy O’Keefe/Alamy…

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Novoloop Upgrades Common Plastic Waste Into XIRC, A Good-As-New Performance Material

News Post || Tech News Novoloop’s high-performance TPU, XIRC, is highly elastic. Jennifer Leahy A California company says it’s developed…

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