Renewable materials help consumers put plastic in the past
Environment Plastic Biodegradable

Renewable materials help consumers put plastic in the past

Mark Docherty
Mark Docherty

Environmental impacts and health concerns are turning more and more people against the use of plastics. Although the case against them is not black and white, a number of bio-based and degradable materials offer a viable consumer alternative.

In 10 seconds? With news of patches of plastic floating in the oceans and tiny particles getting into the food chain, consumers are demanding change. Enter fibre-based renewable materials that can be used in packaging, construction and even furniture manufacturing!

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