Lobster plastic

They've come up with a solution to the 8 billion tonnes of plastic plopped into our oceans every year, threatening global sealife. Drumroll: Turn the sealife into... plastic? 🦐🤔

03/04/2019 16:59updated: 03/04/2019 16:59
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  • Joaquin V.
    28/06/2019 20:31

    @ everyone bitching on this: They've created a closed-loop system that utilizes sea-food WASTE. This doesn't mean they're deliberately fishing up animals just to turn them into this product; they're using something that would have otherwise been wasted to make an organic product. It builds opportunities for BIODEGRADABLE single-use products while also minimizing already existing waste streams. What is the issue??

  • Bjørn W.
    28/06/2019 06:29

    Is this Vegan?

  • David R.
    14/06/2019 00:55

    Not a good idea. Lobster populations are decimated as it is.

  • Sandi G.
    03/06/2019 13:08

    Use a plant based, sustainable product to make a compostable form of plastic.

  • Jeremiah S.
    02/06/2019 10:02

    The only solution to people problems is Thanos

  • Victoria U.
    29/05/2019 20:40

    encontré el material de tu bule

  • James I.
    28/05/2019 07:25

    Fucking awful idea. Let's solve a shit thing with, frankly, a more shit idea.

  • Sandi G.
    27/05/2019 15:32

    Does this new product mean that the creatures will be hunted to death and become extinct? Seems we fix one problem and cause another.

  • Kevin N.
    27/05/2019 15:16

    So many negative comments here. Ugh. The point of this is not to increase the level of shrimp/lobster farming/trawling, but rather, it's to make use of the prawnshells (that givenly already exist and had been thaught to be useless) as an alternative to non-biodegradable plastic bags.

  • Pascale V.
    26/05/2019 23:30

    till the end exploitation

  • Badgeraint B.
    24/05/2019 08:55

    So for hundreds of years, prawnshells have been turned into prawn crackers.... Tasty and eco friendly. Now some genius turns them into plastic, of which we already have too much..... Progress!

  • Dolly R.
    22/05/2019 21:10

    So..... take more from the sea? And shrimps are heavily trawled. Nice science, but no more eco friendly. Bet those poor little guys have already got plastic in their tiny bellies because of filter feeding!

  • Torlaf J.
    20/05/2019 04:30

    deine Meinung dazu?

  • Mikko P.
    30/04/2019 12:41

    Why not use hemp instead ?

  • Jasmin O.
    29/04/2019 22:09

    regarde moi sa 🤔

  • Anyeli R.
    27/04/2019 22:34

    Ese día pasaron muchas cosas jajajajaja

  • Eve A.
    26/04/2019 04:34


  • Romaissa C.
    25/04/2019 00:37

    Roufida Garmi

  • Raida A.
    24/04/2019 02:48


  • Maria L.
    22/04/2019 17:36

    Great Job! 😍😍😍

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