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All posts tagged: plastic pollution in the ocean

PET Plastic Recycling By Breakthrough Enzyme Technology
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Plastic recycling, especially PET plastic, is a complex issue that needs to be solved to protect the environment, as well as combat climate change. Among the technologies currently under development, the French start-up Carbios, after more than 10 years of research and experimentation, has become one of the leading “plastic-eating” mutant enzymes to recycle PET

decompose Styrofoam
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Polystyrene foam, commonly known as Styrofoam, is a commonly used plastic in packaging and insulation industry. However, recycling is extremely difficult, and most places do not accept collection for recycling. Many countries around the world and some states in the US have enacted a total or partial ban on polystyrene foam. However, it is still

plastic pollution thanks to bacteria
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Our lakes, rivers and oceans are increasingly polluted by plastic. They are released from useful and incredibly durable plastic products produced by the oil and gas industry. This huge amount of plastic waste has grown exponentially over the past 60 years. Around 10 million tons of plastic bottles, nets, bags, buckets and food packaging, are

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