SUPER ENZYME THAT EATS PLASTIC SIX TIMES FASTER

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A team of researchers in the University of Portsmouth have created a new “super enzyme” that can break down plastic up to six times faster than their previous enzyme. According to a press release, the scientists combined a previously re-engineered plastic-eating enzyme named PETase with a second enzyme to speed up the process. The super […]

GREENBIZ: IVETTENATURALS BY FESTA ETO

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Acclaimed to be ‘Nature’s Finest Produce’, IvetteNaturals offers nature-based alternatives to widely popular but increasingly ineffective unnatural cosmetic products. Despite increasing knowledge of personal hygiene and access to a wide variety of cosmetics like cleansers, body soaps, lotions & deodorants, many still battle with skin diseases like acne and eczema. There is therefore a need […]

3 WAYS TO CUT PLASTIC CONSUMPTION

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Plastic has practically revolutionized the way we live, no doubt. It is also super convenient and affordable too. Unfortunately, plastic is non-biodegradable; this simply means plastic does not decompose or decay. On the other hand, biodegradable substances decay and decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi to natural and environmentally safe conditions. So, waste […]