Trash-to-fuel research could reduce mountains of plastic waste

(Natural News) Polyolefin makes a considerable chunk of the millions of tons of plastic that end up each year in the oceans as plastic trash. Fortunately, Indiana-based researchers have developed a new chemical technique that could turn the plastic pollutant into clean fuels and other valuable products. The conversion technique came from the laboratories of Purdue University. A joint work of professors, graduate students,…

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