Category Archives: Recycling

Plastic, Chemical Pollution Threatening Aquatic Species and Food Chain

Bacteria Turns Plastic Waste Into Vanilla Flavouring

Researchers have come up with a sweet solution for plastic pollution – converting it into vanilla flavoring! They did so by using genetically engineered bacteria. For the first time ever, a valuable chemical is brewed from human-induced waste. According to research published in the journal

SupraPulp is Plastic-Free Packaging Made from Sugarcane Waste

SupraPulp is Plastic-Free Packaging Made from Sugarcane Waste

The big brands are trying to reduce their plastic waste by incorporating plastic-free packaging materials. Recently, an Israeli food-tech startup, W-Cycle, has developed SupraPulp,  a plastic-free packaging material that is made of sugarcane waste. SupraPulp is entirely compostable, safe, and capable enough to be used

Creative Couple Upcycles Discarded Tires into Adorable Pet Beds

Creative Couple Upcycles Discarded Tires into Adorable Pet Beds

While many binge-watched movies and read hoarded books during the pandemic lockdown, a creative couple helped save the environment by upcycling discarded tires into adorable pet beds. Entrepreneurs Tenisha Granger and her fiancée Jonathan Ramcharan found the unique idea of turning tires into pet beds online.