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A new durable plastic has been developed that degrades harmlessly when composted and can be safely ingested by fish.
Researchers are using a new filter made from jellyfish mucus to reduce plastic waste found in seawater.
A drinks company has developed flavoured, edible straws to complement its drinks while cutting down on plastic waste.
Design student has developed a way of using the kombucha process to produce edible food packaging.
A retail store has launched packaging free products, where customers can use a recognition app to retrieve AR product information.
A zero waste pop-up provides a circular economy model for the design and food industry.
Communities use bricks made entirely of plastic waste to create new social, green spaces and reduce the amount of local environmental pollution.
An environmentally friendly cleaning brand has opened a pop-up to challenge customers to rethink the value of plastic waste.
An annual yacht race launches a campaign dedicated to raising awareness surrounding issues of ocean health.
A Dutch grocery chain has installed an entirely plastic-free supermarket aisle to help shoppers cut down on plastic packaging.
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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A new programme in Chile is helping solve the ocean plastic pollution problem one fishing net at a time.
A design studio in the Netherlands uses 3D printing to turn plastic waste into public furniture that encourages citizens to co-operate.
Product design and app combine to create a more convenient and sustainable way to drink water on the go.
French packaging company is manufacturing bottles made from a completely plant-based, fully biodegradable and recyclable bioplastic.
Dutch company aims to reduce plastic waste and CO2 emissions from transport by removing the water that makes up 80 per cent of cleaning products’ ingredients.
Indonesian company hopes to increase business for local seaweed farmers, while also reducing the amount of plastic that is being dumped in the ocean.
A new project helps clean up the oceans with a floating debris interception device.
A graduate from Maryland Institute College of Art has come up with a collection made from upcycled plastic shopping bags.
Angaza repurposes plastic waste from old advertising campaigns and other sources to create unique fashion accessories, such as purses and pencil cases, and aims to create more green employment opportunities and awareness.
We’ve picked out our top ten Eco & Sustainability articles from the last 12 months on Springwise. We hope that the ideas listed below provide entrepreneurs with plenty of fresh inspiration and spark even more innovative efforts in the future.