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  • Developing 3D printing filament from recycled plastics

    In Denmark, a professor at the University of Aarhus, Mogens Hinge, is conducting a research project to recycle plastic waste into a standardised 3D printing filament for the entire market. Called “Development of filament for 3D printing based on recycled plastics”, the project has already received €84,000 in funding from the Danish Innovation Fund and is led […] More

  • Eco-friendly 3D filament

    Contents What is eco-friendly 3D filament? 3D printing from recycled plastics 3D printing with biodegradable 3D filament 3D printing with recycled building materials Examples: two innovative projects to recycle plastic waste What is eco-friendly 3D filament? Eco-friendly 3D filament is a new alternative to the classic plastic filament. 3D printing requires a lot of energy […] More

  • Recycled Polypropylene Filament for 3D Printer: Extrusion Process Parameter Optimization

    Herianto1, S I Atsani1 and H Mastrisiswadi2 Published 1 January 2020 • Published under licence by IOP Publishing LtdIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 722, 3rd International Conference on Engineering Technology for Sustainable Development (ICET4SD) 23–24 October 2019, Yogyakarta, IndonesiaDownloadArticle PDF Abstract The presence of recycled plastic materials for the 3D printing process expects that the production process will be more […] More

  • EarthSuds Wilfrid Laurier University

    OVERVIEW MEMBERS DISCUSSIONS At EarthSuds we aim to replace the 5.7B plastic cosmetic bottles that are sent to North American landfills every year. We’ve created the world’s first single-use dissolvable tablets of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash that don’t require plastic packaging! It’s shampoo, no bottle. At EarthSuds we believe that products should be made […] More

  • Researchers Made Transparent, Breathable and Biodegradable Face Masks Called ‘HelloMasks’

    Melissa Castellanos / Jun 10, 2020  / Medical Researchers from the EPFL’s EssentialTech Center and the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology have developed a better alternative to the standard surgical face mask – an almost completely transparent, breathable, protective, biodegradable and recyclable face mask. They’re appropriately called HelloMasks as facial expressions will finally be seen and they are […] More

  • IIT researchers ‘develop’ technology for making high efficiency masks from plastic bottles

    Researchers at IIT Mandi claim to have developed a technology for making high efficiency masks using waste pet bottles that are not only more breathable than commercially available masks but also can be washed and reused up to 30 times. EDUCATION Updated: Jun 07, 2020 15:30 IST Press Trust of India| Posted by NandiniNew Delhi Researchers at […] More

  • CERTIFICATIONS FOR OCEANS’ PROTECTION

    WELCOME TO THE OCEAN BOUND PLASTIC CERTIFICATION SCHEME This Website is an information website about Ocean Bound Plastic Certification, you will find information and key documents for companies willing to become certified and information about what Ocean Bound Plastic is and why is it important. It is also the place where you can verify if your supplier or […] More

  • Creating change in a time of crisis

    by Seema on 04/05/2020 No comments A message from the Trash Hero co-founder, Roman Peter: As the scale and severity of the Covid-19 pandemic became clear in early March, our immediate priority was to make sure our hundreds of volunteers and communities were safe. Our network is global and then – as now – every country was responding […] More

  • Post pandemic ‘can be’ scenario for WPC sector

    By Hardy Panchal, HARDY SMITH, India. World is trapped and no one clears the reason. No one takes responsibility and there are cross blames being observed on daily news broadcasts. Entire world is struggling for the situation to get to the normal. Markets are suffering in all the sectors, globally. We are majorly concerned here […] More

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