How Plastic Made With Algae Can Clean Waterways | World Wide Waste

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A tech startup can turn harmful algae into plastic foam, which could help clean up waterways and reduce demand for plastic. Mixing algae into plastic also traps carbon inside the products, which could be an important tool for fighting climate change. We went to Mississippi and Dongguan, China, to see how it’s done.

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How Plastic Made With Algae Can Clean Waterways | World Wide Waste