This process keeps the food you have to throw away out of the landfill

If you are unable to eat all the vegetables you buy on PareUp before they go bad, but don’t want to throw them away, there might be a solution coming. Italian scientists are developing a process the will make plastic out of biowaste. The process creates a cellophane-like material out of cellulose—the outside of a plant’s cell wall. Plastics created out of biomass have properties comparable to petroleum polymers currently used. This process could reduce global dependency on fossil fuels even further.

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This process keeps the food you have to throw away out of the landfill

If you are unable to eat all the vegetables you buy on PareUp before they go bad, but don’t want to throw them away, there might be a solution coming. Italian scientists are developing a process the will make plastic out of biowaste. The process creates a cellophane-like material out of cellulose—the outside of a plant’s cell wall. Plastics created out of biomass have properties comparable to petroleum polymers currently used. This process could reduce global dependency on fossil fuels even further.

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