A new company uses recycled plastic bottles and repurposed vinyl signage to create durable travel bags… generating $ for Haitian companies, reducing waste, and cutting CO2 emissions.
Lighter than steel. Longer-lasting than lumber. Strong enough to support locomotives. And made from used milk jugs and coffee cups. It’s recycled plastic lumber!
Euro 2016’s soccer ball has five layers of polyurethane plastic from Covestro, designed for improved ball control, stable flight, and resistance to abrasions and water. Image: Adidas
Researchers have figured out how to get every last drop of shampoo from its plastic bottle – a special coating lets the shampoo slide right out. And the bottle still is recyclable!
Clean water for those who lack access ... from a plastic bag. Singapore-based WateROAM says its portable filtration system removes bacteria and other pathogens—without electricity.
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