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An enzyme used in laundry detergent can recycle single-use plastics within 24 hours
by King's College London
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3 February 2024
On 3 February 2024 Phys.org reported:
Scientists at King's College London have developed an innovative solution for recycling single-use bioplastics commonly used in disposable items such as coffee cups and food containers. ...The speed at which the bioplastics break down using this new method could revolutionize plastic production, offering an efficient, scalable, and sustainable blueprint for recycling single-use bioplastics.
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A significant breakthrough in the recyclability of single-use bioplastics, the research opens up the opportunity for a sustainable, circular economy that stamps out the production of fossil-based plastics and tackles the huge volume of plastic waste that ends up in landfill and natural environments.
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