Meet the researchers designing the death of plastic – USA

August 12th, 2018 by

Source: Meet the researchers designing the death of plastic While still very much in the laboratory stage, even these scientists acknowledge that there are two big stumbling blocks here. What is the plastic going to break down to when it degrades so fast?  Do we want all these degradation materials blowing and flowing around the […]

Not all “biodegradable” plastics are created equal – know what the labels mean

July 3rd, 2018 by

Not all “biodegradable” plastics are created equal – know what the labels mean By Dr Ross Headifen, supporter and educator in issues concerning the proliferation of plastic waste and how to reduce it. When 5 billion shopping bags are used in Australia each year with only 3% being recycled and 75% going to landfill, the […]

Biogone products at Moses and Co, Market Wholefoods

June 15th, 2017 by

Great to see BioGone products on display at Moses and Co. Market Wholefoods in South Melbourne market. responsible products of landfill-biodegradable kitchen waste bags and dog waste bags. Contact Details: 322 Coventry St, Shop26, South Melbourne Market SOUTH MELBOURNE, VICTORIA 3205. Tel :03 96906093

Plastic waste: killer of the seas

August 4th, 2016 by

When researchers examined the stomach contents of 13 sperm whales that washed up on Germany’s North Sea coast this year, they discovered further compelling evidence of how plastic waste plays havoc with the environment both on land and at sea. The guts of the stranded giants were stuffed with plastic. According to the experts, the […]

A greener plastic bag… or nappy?

August 4th, 2016 by

By Chris Doyle Last updated: 8th July 2015 Pick any product off a supermarket shelf and there’s a good chance it’s either made from plastic or packaged with it in one form or another. Not surprisingly, all this plastic adds up. Australians send more than a million tonnes of plastic waste to landfill every year, […]

The big green furphy: experts bust degradable plastic bag myth

August 4th, 2016 by

Next time you accept a degradable plastic bag at the supermarket, think again – you may be doing little to help the environment and adding dangerous microplastics to rivers and oceans, experts say. The warning has prompted a Senate committee to call for a public awareness campaign to explain the differences between degradable, biodegradable, compostable […]