Teysha Technologies develops breakthrough in biodegradable plastics



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Innovative though the technologies in the development of the bioplastics may be, the environmental impact I would challenge - or at least the philosophy. Instead of making a thermoplastic polymer with which to mould a product and then reprocessing it into something else when the life of the initial product ends, Teysha will enable the decomposition of their version. This is planned single use and is no better than land-filling with current post consumer plastic waste

Graham Webster more than 2 years ago

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