Thin-plastic food wrappers make up half the garbage floating in our oceans, but they’re difficult to recycle. One company has invented a way to replace these plastics with seaweed. Now, it stands as a finalist for Tom Ford’s Plastic Innovation Prize worth more than $1 million.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Zerocircle came in second place for the Tom Ford Plastic Innovation Prize and was awarded $250,000. For more information, visit https://plasticprize.org/.
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