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Editorial

  • Urban Resource Group turns ocean plastic in Lush Cosmetics packaging

    Toronto-based Urban Resource Group, Inc. concluded successful trials with Lush Cosmetics to recycle assorted and mixed ocean plastic collected by Lush volunteers into cosmetic containers. details>>
  • Sea turtle provides inspiration for invention that shreds and recycles plastic

    Louise Hardman unveiled The Shruder at the StartUp Coffs Coast competition, taking first place for her design, which shreds, extrudes, and inject molds plastic waste into new items. details>>
  • EU identifies chemicals in plastic as substances of high concern

    The Member State Committee of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) unanimously voted to approve a French proposal to label bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical commonly found in plastics, as a substance of very high concern. details>>
  • Kickstarter campaign underway for next evolution of 3-D printing filament

    Vermont-based 3-D printing material company A1 Filament has created a new Kickstarter campaign in an attempt to raise more than $465,000 to fund what the company claims is the most precise and only 100 percent bio-compostible ABS. details>>
  • Keurig moves closer to sustainability in its single-serve K-cup packaging

    Keurig Green Mountain Inc. recently launched its 12th annual Sustainability Report and announced that it plans on making 100 percent of its Canadian K-cup pods recyclable by the end of 2018. details>>
  • New research indicates that majority of ocean plastic comes from rivers

    Researchers from The Ocean Cleanup, a Dutch foundation with the goal of ridding the oceans of plastic material that has been featured on Plastics eMarket, has published research about the sources of plastic in the ocean and discovered that the vast majority comes from the rivers of Asia. details>>
  • Newly-evolved microbes could be breaking down ocean plastic

    According to a report published in May, there is only a tenth or a hundredth of the expected amount of plastic floating in the oceans and the scientists have theorized that the development of microbes that can biodegrade plastics are ridding the ocean of plastic at a greater rate than previously thought. details>>
  • PyroGenesis announces creation of additive division for metal powders

    PyroGenesis, an innovative Canadian company that designs and manufactures plasma waste-to-energy systems and plasma torch products, has announced the creation of PyroGenesis Additive. details>>
  • Plastics company creates iPad-enabled foot measurement device in U.K.

    U.K. plastics company Tecni-Form Ltd. has demonstrated its expertise in rotational molding to produce the high-gloss finish for the main plastic body of Designworks Windsor's new iPad-enabled device for measuring the feet of children. details>>
  • Research indicates that plastic pollution in the Antarctic is worse than expected

    Researchers from the University of Hull and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have published research on the amount of microplastics that have accumulated in Antarctica and discovered levels five times higher than what would be expected from local sources. details>>
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