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28 May, 2019

Why Hemp Plastic is the Perfect Alternative to Plastic

     Did you know that there are a lot of plastics filling up our lands and sea? This means that there are thousands of years of plastic that has to be degraded. Plastic pollution is a common problem that every country in the world faces. Yearly, the number of plastics that are tossed away is so much that it...

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26 Feb, 2019

Can Hemp Save our Oceans?

     Johnny Hughes is a freelance writer living in County Longford in the heart of Ireland. After spending 10 years of his life in the corporate world he took a chance 12 months ago and left for good. Now he is embarking on a new journey – a discovery through research & writing. Johnny is taking a look at...

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31 Jan, 2019

Ben & Jerry's Will Stop Using Single Use Plastics in 2019

   Ben & Jerry's has become the latest company to join the plastic-free movement.  Slowly, major corporations are starting to realize the dangers of single use plastics and are getting rid of them.  "We're not going to recycle our way out of this problem. We, and the rest of the world, need to get out of single-use plastic." the company...

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13 Dec, 2016

Is 'Zeoform' the Future of Biodegradable Plastic?

   We all know the dangers and risks associated with plastics and plastic waste, and slowly but surely things are beginning to change.  Big companies are being more open to using biodegradable packaging, laws are being put in place to ban plastic bags in certain places, and the general public awareness about plastic waste is at an all time high.  Now,...

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03 Nov, 2015

Styrofoam Eating Worms Could Help Get Rid of Waste

   It's no secret that globally we aren't really that good at recycling; we produce tons upon tons of waste yearly.  We have gotten better at recycling with modern advancements, but we still have a long way to go.  Researchers have recently discovered that mealworms can eat nothing but styrofoam and stay sustained.  This is huge!  These worms could be...

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