Just when I bought all those reusable shopping bags: A Worm May Hold The Key To Biodegrading Plastic

A Worm May Hold The Key To Biodegrading Plastic
More than a trillion plastic bags are used annually. They’re made of a notoriously resilient kind of plastic called polyethylene – but scientists have found that wax worms are able to break them down.Read more on NPR


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