Vogue calls these flats “the most environmentally friendly shoes on the planet.” And “the cutest.” They’re 3-D knit with fabrics made from recycled plastic bottles—and recyclable.
Researchers have developed a plastic sponge that can soak up oil spills … then release the oil for use. The sponge can be reused multiple times and improves on existing cleanup methods.
San Diego company 3-D prints custom fit shoes, including size 28 for a young man with cerebral gigantism – using cushy, stretchy plastics/rubber. Company even recycles your old shoes.
Perfect fit? Now sunglasses can be custom fit based on a scan of your head, 3-D printing, and tough nylon and polycarbonate plastics. Plus they weigh as little as 5 gummy bears.
Keep our oceans clean! Companies help reduce marine litter by using plastics collected from our oceans. Norton Point’s recycled plastic sunglasses could make you look good & feel good.
This is pretty cool. Researchers have created an inexpensive plastic film that can cool buildings without the use of air conditioning or a power source.
Can a little #plastic bag turn you into a gourmet chef? Find out why #sousvide is trending as the next big thing: https://t.co/MVhPOIRqTb— P.M.I.P (@plasticpossible) March 8, 2017
Can a little #plastic bag turn you into a gourmet chef? Find out why #sousvide is trending as the next big thing: https://t.co/MVhPOIRqTb
— P.M.I.P (@plasticpossible) March 8, 2017