Scientists crack upcycling plastics to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, advancing a recent Science study
Scientists have developed a breakthrough process to transform the most widely produced plastic — polyethylene (PE) — into the second-most widely produced plastic, polypropylene (PP), which could reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This scalable discovery advances another approach announced in Science last week.
Engineering News | October 3, 2022
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