Chemists developed two sustainable plastic alternatives to polyethylene, derived from plants, that can be recycled with a recovery rate of more than 96%, as low-waste, environmentally friendly replacements to conventional fossil fuel-based plastics.

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Published in Nature.
Really intersting study.
Thanks for sharing.

Here's the original source:
(!Paywall! Not yet on scihub.)
((Glad my university has access.))

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