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University of Bath

New way of recycling plant-based plastics instead of letting them rot in landfill

Scientists have developed new way to break down plant-based plastics into their original building blocks, potentially allowing products to be recycled repeatedly without a loss in the quality of the plastic.
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Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie

Sustainable use of CO2 using a modified bacterium

Scientists have succeeded in reprogramming the diet of the bacterium E. coli in such a way that it can use formic acid or methanol as its sole source of nutrition. These simple organic compounds can be produced efficiently from carbon dioxide (CO2) by chemical processes, so that this greenhouse gas could be used sensibly in the future and its contribution to climate change could be reduced.
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VDMA Circular Economy Forum as central hub for Circular Economy at K 2019

Interview series on circular economy

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The Global Plastics Flow Study is the first of its kind to document facts and figures about the circular economy in 44 countries around the world in a uniform and comprehensive manner.

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Recycling plastics with bio-technology

No Plastic Waste in the environment

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Eliminate plastic waste in our environment

Recycling plastics sensibly

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