‘Infinitely’ recyclable plastic


Although plastics feature in all our daily lives and are incredibly useful, their impact on the environment has become increasingly worrying.

A new type of plastic has been invented by chemists at Colorado State University, which they say can be recycled “infinitely”.

The material has many of the same characteristics as the plastic we know but can be converted back to the molecules that form it with ease. This process of chemical recycling can be undertaken without toxic chemicals or intensive lab procedures. Due to the fact that this material can be easily converted into useful base materials, its value can be recovered and the material could be used again and again. This would help stop the material entering the environment and less plastic would need to be produced.

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