Have You Heard of Photodegradation?20 Sep, 2021|Categories: Plastic Pollution , Pollution , Climate Crisis
You may ask, what is Photodegradation?
- Plastic that is decomposed by air and a light source (Such as the Sun)
- Photodegradation only makes the object smaller, it never actually decomposes.
- Some developers have created a plastic that intentionally Photodegrades certain materials.
This is another reason why it’s important to recycle!
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Did You Know? - Plastic Facts!23 Jun, 2021|Categories: Plastic Pollution , Climate Crisis , Plastic
Did You Know?
Styrofoam is NOT Biodegradable, nor is it Recyclable.
Plastic Takes up to 400 years to degrade, Styrofoam never degrades!
A Plastic Straw takes about 200 years to decompose!
A better reason to use Paper & Reusable straws!
This is why it's important to use Eco-Friendly and Biodegradeable disposables!
☼ This is why it's important to use Eco-Friendly Alternatives, such as Palm Leaf Plates, Bamboo/Wooden Cutlery!
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Food Packaging That is NOT Eco-Friendly06 Aug, 2020|Categories: Plastic Pollution
Since the term “eco friendly” is open ended, let’s consider eco friendly to be any packaging material that is biodegradable (that is, decomposes when left in the environment). You might be thinking that most food packaging is eco-friendly nowadays, considering most harmful packaging materials have been banned. There’s actually still a surprisingly high amount of brands that don’t buy sustainable products, so it’s important to continue to be aware of which materials aren’t considered eco friendly.