jerremz107 karma2019-12-20 17:08:15 UTC
Hi Sharon! It seemed to me that the more you recycle plastic, the worth the quality of the plastic itself gets...
So, is there another option than stop using plastic?
Another thing I heard is about a fungus(I think!) that would eat plastic. Any news about that discovery? Thanks in advance,
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jerremz35 karma2019-12-20 18:01:55 UTC
Thanks a lot for your clear explanation! So let's stop using plastic (or most of it), and let those fungus eat the one that's been produced already. BTW, I found the article about it, for those interested. https://leapsmag.com/plastic-eating-mushrooms-let-you-have-your-trash-and-eat-it-too/
jerremz7 karma2019-12-20 17:10:29 UTC
That's why I stopped buying industrial products like these. I am not saying we should all do our own products, but the less ingredients the better...
jerremz5 karma2019-12-20 20:39:07 UTC
Sorry to hear that! We'll, luckily these days there is a big boom for zero waste stuff. Have a look into it. I found some nice shampoo (solid or with bottle made out of sugar cane), solid toothpaste and the classic soapbar (I buy it in bulk, 1kg from LA Corvette or fer à cheval in Marseille, France). https://www.savon-de-marseille.com/gb/marseille-soap/36-marseille-soap-olive-bar-4kg-3519590210326.html
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