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Engineers have developed a replacement for MDF and chipboard that is made from potato peels and is biodegradable.
India-based company has developed menstrual pads from banana plant fibres that are free from harsh chemicals and biodegrade within six months.
The war against plastics has found a new target – disposable toothbrushes.
A new biodegradable material made of potato starch can decompose to soil nutrients in only two months.
A new durable plastic has been developed that degrades harmlessly when composted and can be safely ingested by fish.
Innovators from a US fashion college have developed a method to grow biodegradable textiles using live organisms.
A university team of researchers have found a new way to make recyclable materials out of used diapers.
Paper containing glucose and honey plant seeds can help protect bee populations from declining.
Sportswear brand collaborates with design lab to create designs that adapt to the biology of the wearer.
An environmentally friendly cleaning brand has opened a pop-up to challenge customers to rethink the value of plastic waste.
Paper-based water bottle is biodegradable and disintegrates in just a few weeks.
Scottish startup is planning to release milk bottles made from an antimicrobial, biodegradable plastic alternative derived from crustacean shells.
A team of scientists have developed a new biodegradable construction material that uses desert sand as an alternative to the extensively mined concrete binder.
LEGO has announced a new range of plant-shaped pieces made from sustainable sugar cane
A new method to dispose of unused prescription medications could help prevent opioid abuse in the home.
From credit cards and shopping bags to hair combs and water bottles, plastic has been integrated into every aspect of our lives. However, the manufactured material is leaving a harmful imprint upon our environment. As more businesses from all over the world announce their commitment to eliminating all single-use plastics from their operations, products and supply chain, we have selected 10 new innovative examples that bring about new ways of recycling plastic.
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We spoke to co-founders Bethany Edwards and Anna Simpson, who are focusing on providing women with an ethical and sustainable product to help women find out if they’re pregnant in a convenient and private way.
Startup is looking to replace single-use plastic straws with an edible version that also biodegrades rapidly.
A new line of floral-infused lollipops includes biodegradable sticks with seeds that can be planted.
A new company has devised a way to turn food and agricultural waste into bioplastics.
French packaging company is manufacturing bottles made from a completely plant-based, fully biodegradable and recyclable bioplastic.