It generates energy--and C02--but its builders say it's better environmentally than burying the garbage. Continue reading →
Plastic-chomping bacteria could save landfill space, oil and energy consumed in manufacturing.
The shocking finding was revealed in a newly released report that investigates the inefficiency of the world's plastic economy.
As small as a grain of sand, the tiny plastic beads are commonly used in personal care products -- and they're getting everywhere.
Last year, 41.8 million tons of so-called e-waste was dumped.
Scientists found plastic deep inside the coral and worried the substance could hurt the creature's ability to digest normal food.
The world's oceans may contain about 10 times more plastic than the most recent studies suggest.
Environmentalists rejoice: The single-use plastic bag will soon be no more in the entire state of California. Continue reading →
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