Plastic 2.0

The go-to material is being upgraded for modern concerns

Implications - Though it is the most-used material in the world, plastic does not line up with all of consumers' needs in the modern world. To accommodate concerns such as sustainability, plastic is being reinspected and revamped by way of technology. This speaks to the importance of constant innovation.
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SCORE: 5.6
V. Hot 13,270 Clicks Pub: Jan 28, 15
Sustainable Tech Packaging
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Warm 4,138 Clicks Pub: Jul 10, 15
Reusable Honeybee Packaging
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Warm 1,697 Clicks Pub: Feb 27, 15
Eco 3D Printing Filaments
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Warm 1,924 Clicks Pub: Apr 2, 15
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