Journal of Environmental Management. The study focused on polypropylene, a standard plastic used for packaging and parts for machinery such as cars.Lead researcher Associate Professor Kalpit Shah explains that the process would benefit both the economy and the environment.
Upcycling these enormous sources of waste into a circular economy generates profits and eliminates plastic pollution simultaneously.
He said this about the project: ADVERTISEMENT “Our method is clean, cost-effective and readily scaleable. It’s a smart solution for transforming both used plastic and organic waste — whether tonnes of biomass from a farm or food waste and garden clippings from household green bins.