Everything Should Be Made of [New] Plastic.

Brielle Elise
Apr 14, 2017 · 9 min read

The Case for Using More Practical Polymers

It is estimated that 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic are at loose in the seas (Photo courtesy of sarahlee.photo)

We overindulge in plastic everyday and that can have severe consequences on our bodies.

My bitter experience with everything plastic

On large scale farms, it is common practice for plastic plug trays like this to get thrown away.

There is a difference between the terms “biodegradable” and “compostable.”

via — sustpkgg.blogspot.com

The plastic conundrum suffocates us.

An unfortunate site to see, plastic beaches are commonplace in many parts of beautiful Southeast Asia

What will it take for companies to conform to a bioplastic standard?

A First Step in the Right Direction.

Revolutionizing the traditional waste processing plants…plastic to gold

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Brielle Elise

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Integrated Product Designer. Sustainable Futurist. Scientist. Installation Artist. Reporting to you from Silicon Valley.

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