Another substitute for plastics bags
The white pollution has brought great harm to the world. And an army of plastic rubbish is dumped into the sea every year. Therefore to find a substitute for plastics bags has become the most important task for modern scientists.
Recently a British female student named Lucy Hughes product biotechnology from fish scales and fish skin. She is a very creative and hard-working girl. Once, Hughes has a chance to appeal the product at the bloody waste from a fish processing plant many people feel nauseated when they see internal organs, and Hughes is no exception, but she is still inspired. She has lived by the sea since she was a child, so when she was brought up she kept some local things as much as possible. She tried more than one hundred combinations, made constant corrections, and learned lessons and lessons. In the end, Hughes succeeded without losing his efforts. The successful test product is a translucent, strong, tough plastic-like feeling. The final product has a greater advantage than the current plastic bags. It meets the requirements of environmental protection and can degrade itself within four to six weeks. Its raw materials are few and depend on waste utilization. Some waste materials are very valuable. If we can recycle waste materials how happy it is.
This product won the James Dyson Award. And received a bonus. Hughes said that sustainability was not an idea under the threat of the current ecological environment. Environmental design is something she has always loved and will stick to, and is inseparable from her life. Sir James Dyson said that Hughes ‘invention not only solved the problem of disposable plastic pollution but also perfectly solved the problem of fish waste. Since the research report shows that 27% of the fish caught are not used.
The leftover waste from the use of an Atlantic cod can produce 1,400 bags for people to use. Hughes’s concept is to continue to develop this product and promote it to the world to produce more sustainable choices.