Breakthrough polymer could lead to ‘infinitely’ recyclable plastics


Even though we’re aware of the environmentally damaging effects of plastic, many people still use the material because it’s long-lasting, convenient, and inexpensive. Colorado State University scientists just made a breakthrough that could allow materials to possess those qualities but be completely recyclable. They discovered a new polymer that can be infinitely recycled without intensive procedures in a laboratory or using toxic chemicals.

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