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24 Plant-Based Plastic Innovations
From Corn Bottles to Endlessly Recyclable Containers


By: Katie Cordrey (Rockstar) Aug 2, 10
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The use of plant-based plastic and plastic-like materials is one way to help cut down on the use of petroleum-based plastic waste. Who knows—maybe by using plant-based plastic we could even clean up those marine-life-killing plastic-laden ocean garbage patches.

Plant-based plastic is a growing field of study in materials research. Everything from corn to bacteria is being put to work to help solve the world’s plastic problem.



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