There are seven different grades of plastic, known as the “plastic identification codes.” The code marked on any product within a triangle indicates which grade of plastic is in use. These codes, represented by a… Read More »What are the different grades of plastic?
Recycling Facts – Read How Good or Bad Are We at Recycling
Glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled endlessly without losing its quality. In fact, recycling glass has environmental benefits. Recycled glass to make new glass requires 40% less energy to melt than make new… Read More »Is Glass 100 Percent Recyclable – Yes, it is!
We know that there are certain organisms that eat plastic. In 2012, the students of Yale University found a mushroom that can survive by just eating plastic. It can breakdown plastic at a much more… Read More »Pestalotiopsis Microspora – Fungus That Eats Bacteria
Paper cups can’t be recycled. In fact, 99.7% of them aren’t recycled. Paper cups can’t be recycled because they need special facilities to separate the coating over them (hydrophobic coating). But that doesn’t mean they… Read More »Paper cups can’t be recycled but they’re still better than plastic cups
In Finland, people recycle more than 90% of their cans and bottles. People do it because they get some of the product’s cost back by recycling it. [ajax_load_more post_type=”post” post_format=”standard” button_label=”Load more”]