Finished in just 90 days, made of wood-plastic
Plastics are currently the number one enemy of the environment, human health and wildlife. Fine pieces of them are now reaching our bodies. By polluting the seas and rivers, they are killing wildlife and polluting the clean soil. That is why many laboratories around the world are working on environmentally friendly plastics with partial success.
Bioplastics have previously been made from egg shells, plants and some other ingredients, but their commercial production is still a long way off. Now the United States has transformed the powdery mildew made in the lumber mills at the famous Yale University into a thick solution by mixing organic polymers and cellulose. It undergoes hydrogen bonding to form nanoparticle fibers. This is how bioplastics are made, which have been tested against conventional plastics.