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All posts tagged: plastic waste

food packaging
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Why we must change the food packaging in the future? Most food packaging is single-use only and cannot be recycled. Instead, packaging is discarded, and it frequently pollutes our rivers. Because so much food packaging (particularly plastic) has wound up in rivers, the United Nations has designated ocean plastic pollution a “planetary crisis.” This is

ECO FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE TO POLYSTYRENE FOAM MADE OF POPCORN
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Polystyrene foam is a material that difficult to recycle because it is inexpensive and lightweight but also non-biodegradable. It is made of toxic ingredients, relies on petroleum, does not degrade naturally, and pollutes the environment during production and disposal. Recently, Reseacher at University of Göttingen  have long been exploring manufacturing processes for popcorn-based packaging products

STYROFOAM CONTAINERS BAN IN NEW YORK ON JAN 1, 2022
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A new rule prohibiting the use of expanded polystyrene, single-use foam food and beverage containers or Styrofoam containers in New York State takes effect on January 1, 2022. Plastic bags have been phased out, and Styrofoam containers will be the next to go as part of the initiative. Microplastic pollution New York State Department of

plastic waste
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Plastic waste is becoming the biggest concern globally. More than 99 percent of plastic is made from chemicals derived from fossil fuels, and the two industries are inextricably linked. According to the Center for International Environmental Law, the United States’ natural gas boom is fueling an increase in plastic production, which raises pollution risks of

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