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Biodegradable Plastics: Clean and Green? Read to Find Out

Biodegradable Plastics: Clean and Green? Read to Find Out

What if a plastic bag could decompose naturally in the environment? A normal plastic bag wouldn’t, but a biodegradable plastic bag certainly would. An environment-friendly option to your normal plastics, biodegradable plastics can help curtail the pollution created from plastic pollutants. This is because these ‘green plastics’ have the ability to naturally breakdown or decompose in the environment when disposed.


Are Greenhouses Really ‘Green’?

Are Greenhouses Really ‘Green’?

The term ‘greenhouse effect’ no doubt came from the humble backyard greenhouse and means that due to climate change the entire earth is turning into a greenhouse and getting hotter. It also means that the climate is warming which is affecting the severity of storms and other natural weather events. It didn’t mean we should ban greenhouses or glasshouses or even hothouses to avert a future global disaster, but it’s understandable that people are now asking whether or not the huge commercial greenhouses in particular, but even the backyard ones, are having an impact on global warming.


Compostable vs Biodegradable: Understand The Risk

Compostable vs Biodegradable: Understand The Risk

As more people turn to a greener lifestyle, concerns over plastic mount. It’s well known and documented that plastic poses several threats to the stability of the environment. In this wave of attention, new plastic products have emerged.


Bioplastics and Biodegradable Plastic: The Breakdown

Bioplastics and Biodegradable Plastic: The Breakdown

Most environmentally conscious people understand the problem with plastic. It’s an awesome substance, useful for so many things, but not very eco-friendly. It’s made of petroleum, takes forever to breakdown, and causes even more problems when improperly disposed of. The world becomes more interested in climate change and the human impact on the planet every day. Plastic is a major offender.