Plastic-Eating Bacteria: Where the Technology Stands

Two years ago, Japanese scientists made headlines when they announced they had found a bacteria capable of eating polyethylene terephthalate (PET). And now, there are more breakthroughs to report. At the time, this was a major discovery. Previously, some fungi had been found that can break down PET, but bacteria are much easier than fungi to use in industrial applications. After two years, how close are we to actually seeing this bacteria used to recycle our plastics? Scientists have been hard at work with this bacteria and its enzymes to figure out how to speed up the process, since it was far too slow for any bio-recycling application — that is, using some type of biological element, such

WE DON’T NEED TO BAN PLASTIC. WE JUST NEED TO START USING IT PROPERLY

LONDON – Humanity’s relationship with plastic is rather schizophrenic. It is present in almost every aspect of modern life, from water bottles to aircraft. Without it, our lives would not be the same. However, it is now considered an environmental evil because of the havoc that plastic waste wreaks. We see it on our streets, in our rivers and lakes, on our beaches and even in our deepest oceans. There will be more plastic than fish in the ocean in 30 years, scientists estimate. Let us not be foolish enough to think the plastic will stay there. After it is eaten by fish and marine life, causing great damage, it enters the bodies of anyone who eats them. Many environmental activists are callin

Greenpeace: Single-use plastic has to stop

The EU's proposed ban on single-use plastics is an issue that environmental organisation Greenpeace has long campaigned for. Last month the group set oversized plastic bottles and cups afloat in the Mediterranean. The aim was to "make the invisible visible" and get people to pay attention to the problem. Ahead of the EU announcement, euronews spoke to Captain Peter Willcox aboard the Rainbow Warrior in Singapore Willcox says it wasn't that long ago that the oceans were free of plastic pollution. Read more at Euronews

Injection Moulding Machine Market 2022: Top Companies, Regional Growth Overview And Growth Factors D

Injection Moulding Machine Market report provides market overview with characteristics, market size and growth, industry segmentation, Injection Moulding Machine market shares, trends and Key player strategies, industry chain structure, development history & status, competitive landscape analysis, Market opportunities & restraints. The primary factors for growth of Injection Moulding Machine market is analysed to industry advancement to conquer higher profit. The Injection Moulding Machine market is valued at xx million US$ in 2017 and is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx.x % between 2018 and 2025. read more

Global Biodegradable Plastics Market 2018 Dynamics

This The global Biodegradable Plastics market report wraps a thorough perception into the Biodegradable Plastics market and recognizes the chief trends associated to the different sectors of the market., in In addition to this, it offering offers methodical information rich in quantity and quality. The report also classifies the global Biodegradable Plastics market into main product type Polylactic Acid (PLA) Biodegradable Plastics, Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) Biodegradable Plastics, Polybutylene Succinate (PBS) Biodegradable Plastics, Polycaprolactone (PCL) Biodegradable Plastics, Starch-based Biodegradable Plastics, Regenerated Cellulos. Read more here; http://monotonecritic.com/2018/05/2

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