What if we could turn plastics that aren’t often recycled into new plastics, transportation fuel, and other products? Here’s one company showing the way.
Check out these news articles about widespread efforts by individuals, governments, companies, scientists, non-profits, and others to keep plastics out of our ocean/environment.
One bracelet = one pound of plastic pulled from our ocean.
What’s your cell phone made of? What happens to it when you upgrade? Here’s how one company is taking on e-waste.
Protecting your valuables and the environment: travel gear made from plastic fishing nets, carpet flooring, fabric scraps rescued from landfills and oceans.
“Changing the way society perceives plastic.” It’s not waste--it’s a valuable resource that can be recycled at this growing network of micro plastic recycling sites.
A major chemical company is building roads made of recycled plastic. They’ve already stopped 220,000 pounds of waste from ending up in landfillsBusinessinsider.com
From plastics to pavement… repurposing plastics to help keep valuable resources out of our ocean and environment.
Discarded fishing nets pose a severe threat to fish and marine mammals. Here’s what some groups are doing to help protect marine life.
To end plastic waste in our ocean, we’ll need new investments, technologies, collaboration… and strong public policy like the Save Our Seas Act 2.0.
Putting your best foot forward. Revival of a classic sneaker, this time with recycled plastic. Another step towards a circular economy for plastics.
"Solving the plastic-waste crisis will not be easy, and there is no silver bullet,” says the author at Circulate Capital. But there is hope, through targeted investment, innovation, and collaboration.