The more we learn about the plastic, the more toxic to human life it appears to be. And it never goes away. It spoils our beaches, forms a deep water-logged island bigger than Texas in the upper swirling reaches of the Pacific Ocean, it breaks down and fools fish into eating it. And then we eat the fish, and it messes with our guts.
But what else has dozens, nay hundreds of applications (click for slideshow)? Ran across this, via a pal on twitter. It can be used for furniture, in home, in buildings…and it couldn’t be more eco-responsible—it’s a waste product. Check it:
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