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“Straws are dead center of the environmentalists target list. Its something they see as a nonessential and a contributor to plastic litter in oceans and on the ground. We get that,” said Best Diamond CEO Mark Tolliver.
Travelers to Canada should not expect to see some everyday plastic items starting next year. The country plans to ban single-use plastics - checkout bags, straws, stir sticks, six-pack rings, cutlery and even foodware made from hard-to-recycle plastics - nationwide by the end of 2021.
Plastic pollution campaign group City to Sea has today called the UK Government ban on plastic straws, cotton buds, and drink stirrers from 1 October 2020 “just a drop in a very plastic polluted ocean” and urged the government to scale up its plans.
Germany is banning the sale of single-use plastic straws, cotton buds and food containers
ALBANY — Say goodbye to most plastic bags. Soon....
This field study shows that compostable bags are a suitable option for organic waste collection by completely disintegrating and reducing the plastic contamination.
If the world embarked on an immediate and globally-coordinated effort to reduce our plastic consumption, there would still be an estimated 710 million metric tons of plastic that will pollute the environment by 2040, new research has found.
A staggering 85% of British consumers believe more compostable packaging should be used to wrap food as an alternative to plastic
The catalytic effect of several organic acids for the heterogeneous esterification of corn starch is compared, followed by a systematic analysis of tartaric acid-catalysed reactions on substrates with varying amylose/amylopectin ratios using a range of carboxylic acid and anhydride reagents of different chain lengths. Reaction conditions (temperature, time and catalyst concentration) were optimized and products were thoroughly characterized in terms of degree of substitution, chemical structure, morphology, moisture uptake and thermal stability. Organocatalysis proved to be competitive with conventional, alkaline methods.
Germany has finally announced a nationwide ban on single-use plastic products.
Scientists have found bits of polystyrene in the guts of tiny, soil-dwelling organisms in the Antarctic, raising concern that microplastics pollution has already "deeply" entered the worlds most remote land-based food systems. | ELETTRA SINCROTONE TRIESTE UNIVERSITY OF SIENA / VIA AFP-JIJI