Making cleaner, greener plastics from waste fish parts

On our quest to help the Earth recover from the damages caused by mankind, a team has come up with a more sustainable solution to replace polyurethane plastic…and it’s made from fish waste. Researchers have found that oil extracted from scrapped fish parts, such as heads, bones, skins, and guts, can be used to substitute crude oil-based polyurethane. This greener alternative can potentially replace packaging and clothing fibers, as it’s biodegradable and safer to produce. Read full article here


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