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Biodegradable plastic made from fisheries waste

A sample of the bioplastic, which reportedly does not have a

Like most other commonly used types of plastic, polyurethane is typically made from non-renewable crude oil, and it takes centuries to break down when discarded. Now, however, scientists have created a biodegradable polyurethane-like polymer using fish waste.

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Category: Environment, Science

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