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Are Plastic Eating Bacteria The Solution To Ocean Pollution Science Shows Its Not That Simple

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Israeli Researchers Discover Method of Creating Bioplastics from Algae-Eating Microorganisms
Jan 17th, 2019 13:02 UTC   TheTower.org

Everyone knows plastic is bad for the environment. That’s why bioplastics – plastics made from renewable sources like plants or old waste – were invented.

Print Your City Initiative is 3D Printing Furniture Out of Plastic Waste for Public Spaces in Greece
Jan 17th, 2019 05:45 UTC   3DPrint.com

At this very minute, I am eating a salad I made for lunch, which is inside a plastic dish that used to hold Chinese food. My husband and I often reuse takeout .

Earthquake jolts question: Do you have the right food in your disaster kit?
Jan 17th, 2019 15:35 UTC   Berkeleyside

Editor’s Note: This story was first published on Jan. 4, 2018. We are republishing this story in the wake of today’s M3.5 earthquake and yesterday’s M3.4 .

Are plastic-eating bacteria the solution to ocean pollution? It’s not that simple, science shows.
(months ago)   Environmental Defense Fund

Recent reporting on the discovery and enhancement of plastic-dissolving enzymes in bacteria made me stop and think about what this might mean for the plastic .

UK Schools Poised to Ban Plastic Clingfilm on Children’s Food
(months ago)   LIVEKINDLY

UK schools are set to go plastic-free for the environment. Parents are urged to ditch clingfilm and choose recyclable, reusable wrapping for kids’ lunches.

Campus Kitchen tackles local food waste issue
Jan 17th, 2019 13:41 UTC   Troy Tropolitan

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer Every Thursday, several students and staff volunteers gather at the Trojan Dining Hall to collect unused, excess food items which .

Taking (clear) cover: Portable igloos continue to rise in popularity – Petoskey News
Jan 17th, 2019 18:16 UTC Taking (clear) cover: Portable igloos continue to rise in popularity  Petoskey News-Review

There’s been a recent trend of them popping up across the state at restaurants and breweries in the winter months, and the trend has reached Petoskey as well.

Plastic-Eating Enzyme May Be Our Planet’s New Hope
(months ago)   HowStuffWorks

One of the amazing things about our universe is that nothing really goes to waste. For instance, you — the incredible masterwork that you are — happen to be .

Scientists explain how plastic-eating enzyme can help fight pollution – video
(months ago)   The Guardian

Scientists in Britain and the US say they have engineered an enzyme that eats plastic, a breakthrough that could help in the fight against pollution.

Smoke fills home at Dallas’ historic Statler Hotel, but no injuries reported
Jan 17th, 2019 15:19 UTC   Dallas News

A small fire broke out Thursday morning at the Statler Hotel in downtown Dallas.Someone saw smoke shortly before 9 a.m. at the Statler Residences .

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