From toothbrush to comb, everything that we use on a daily basis usually consists of plastic. In order to minimize the snowballing of plastic waste, we need to eliminate it from our basic needs, South Korean label HAYAN’s No.001 Pistachio Green Toothbrushes are made out
Everyone is acquainted with the adverse effects of using plastic. People usually talk about recycling plastic but don’t you think recycling more plastic would eventually raise the plastic demand even further? If you do not support the use of plastic then say no to plastic!
With the growing usage of plastic, our so-called “green planet” is soon going to turn into a “plastic-planet”. Earlier, the invention of plastic was considered to be a solution to sustain natural resources on the earth, but contrarily, the very creation has now sabotaged its
Delhi-based visual artist, Manveer Singh has created a 15-feet Olive Ridley sea turtle artwork out of plastic at Puri beach. The artwork has been installed to spread awareness among people regarding the adverse effects of plastic waste on the environment including aquatic life. The visual artist
IKEA is a multinational corporation that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances and home fixtures. The furnishing giant aims at using complete plastic-free consumer packaging from 2028 to become a fully “circular” company. The implementation of their plan would be achieved in steps –
Plastics are widely used for serving different purposes and we all are familiar with the harmful impacts caused by this non-biodegradable material. Therefore, startups like Notpla are our only hope in the battle against plastic pollution. In this day and age where problems are more
Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition is drafting a decree that would ban selling produce that weighs less than 1.5 kg in plastic packaging by 2023. The Spanish decree follows the French law in banning plastic wrap. In order to dampen the usage of plastic water
The world is sinking into pollution problem every day, and plastic (largely PET used almost in everything from clothing to plastic bottles) is one of the main contributors to the quandary. About 50 million tones of PET aka polyethylene terephthalate is produced globally every year,