Plastic is everywhere. A good number of disposable plastic items pollute our land and water, and we all wish to something about this. But what? While you will hear numerous ideas of how to decrease plastic pollution, a good many of them are not practical. For instance, I have heard so many idealistic suggestions […]Read More →
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The Bioplastics Guide, which was started by EAI as a specialized division to provide strategy and market consulting for the bioplastics and biopolymers segments, has a useful section that provides an overview of bioplastics. The following are the main topics discussed in this section: Bioplastics and its classification Feedstock used to make Bioplastics Biodegradable plastics […]Read More →
Like you can burn coal or wood to generate / recover energy, so can you by burning plastics. Now, that’s an interesting method to get rid of waste plastic that are polluting the earth, and at the same time also getting some useful energy from them, isn’t it? Well, the answer appears to be a […]Read More →
Everyone wishes to decrease the amount of pollution from plastic. And this everyone includes the ordinary you and me, corporates, municipalities and more. But the more they try, like the hydra, the more avenues appear through which the plastics pollute even more than before. So, we have to get more practical about ways by which […]Read More →
Have you ever asked yourself this interesting question – how did we live before plastics were invented? I mean, how could we have lived without plastics? The folks at the Cleantech Guide have taken up this question and provided a detailed answer here on how humans could have ever lived without plastics.Read More →
While on plastic pollution and its remediation through recycling, one question many folks have is whether it is possible to recycle all types of plastics. The answer is No, but there are multiple reasons for the infeasibility. Here’s a detailed post on the Cleantech Guide that provides insights on these reasons why it is not […]Read More →
I have been watching the bioplastics and biopolymers market with great interest last few years. And I am sure I am not alone. Plastics has been the favourite whipping-boy of every environmentalist and tree-hugger. But dig a bit deeper, and you will see that plastics (or something that can substitute plastics ) are indeed a […]Read More →