Plastic Pollution | UPGYRES

Plastic Pollution | UPGYRES

Posts from Category Archive: Plastic Pollution

An Ocean of Trash

Everyone can do their part to help solve the trash issues in the oceans. You can become an activist rallying on behalf of the organizations that work to clean up the oceans. You can stay away from using harmful chemicals on your land, buying products that contain microplastics.

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NISP Canada Juror and Moderator

UpGyres today announced it has secured the participation of the National Industrial Symbiosis Program to be a Juror and Moderator for the PLASTIKA REPARABILIS CHALLENGE. For more information about the Challenge, http://bit.ly/PLASTIKA-REPARABILIS News Release about NISP Canada, http://bit.ly/PRC-NISP-Juror

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Plastika Reparabilis goes Live on HeroX

Designing, developing and testing one bin for ALL plastics; whether they are flexible, rigid, disposable, reusable, recyclable, biodegradable, compostable or non-recyclable; whether they are clean or contaminated.

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UpGyres announces key media partnership

UpGyres today announced it has formed an official media partnership with The Circular Economy Club for the PLASTIKA REPARABILIS CHALLENGE. For more information about the Challenge, http://bit.ly/PLASTIKA-REPARABILIS News Release – CEC media partnership UpGyres PRC v3

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Plastic Smog Emissions Closed Loop System for the Marine Industry on Baltic Transport Journal

Sewage and wastewater are generated on board of all ships; sometimes in large quantities. Discharges of these wastes into the ocean and port and marina waters from small, medium and large vessels as well as yachts can include microplastic particles from toiletries and cosmetics, and from on-board laundering of synthetic textiles such as Nylon, Polyester, […]

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How you drinking more tap water has an effect on everyone

Featured Image Photo Credit: Mark Rourke / Associated Press By Molly Connell with contributions by Jose Luis Gutierrez-Garcia Modern and conventional plastics are made from oil and gas. Oil and gas derived plastic will never degrade naturally, once produced it will always be present on Earth or Ocean in one way or another. One million […]

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