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THE UGLY TRUTH ABOUT PLASTIC RECYCLINGCONTINUE READING
The plastic pollution crisis has reached such a scale that the United Nations has declared it a "planetary emergency". Plastic pollution has impacts on human health, wildlife, and the environment and it is a major contributor to climate change. The problem is only getting worse with the increasing demand for plastic products globally, and the need...
ARE CELL PHONE CASES NECESSARY?CONTINUE READING
Cell phone cases not only help to extend the lifespan of a phone but also add a personal touch to the device. With the multitude of options available in the market, choosing the right cell phone case can be a daunting task, which is why it's important to consider different factors such as the needs, lifestyle, material, style, and brand of the case...
ARE CELL PHONE CASES RECYCLABLE?CONTINUE READING
Cell phone cases are a common type of plastic waste and are generated in large quantities due to the fast pace of technological advancement and consumerism. It is estimated that around 1.5 billion plastic phone cases are discarded after use every year. The question of whether cell phone cases are recyclable has become increasingly...
WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU PHONE CASE AFTER YOU ARE DONE WITH IT?CONTINUE READING
If you think about it, you use a phone case for only a few years, on average no more than 2 years but if you make the wrong decision about which phone case to buy this choice can have profound consequences for the environment. For example, plastic phone cases that cannot be recycled can survive up to 1000 years in a landfill...
HOW MUCH POLLUTION IS CREATED BY PLASTIC PHONE CASES?CONTINUE READING
The problem with plastic phone cases is that they are not biodegradable and can take up to a thousand years to decompose in landfills. Additionally, plastic phone cases are often discarded after a short period of use, normally 1 to 2 years, and contribute to the growing problem of plastic pollution in our land, oceans, and waterways...
DOES YOUR CHOICE TO CONSUME PLASTIC PRODUCTS IMPACT THE LIFE OF YOUR CHILDREN?CONTINUE READING
According to the World Economic Forum, about 8 million metric tons of plastic ends up in the oceans each year. It is estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish by weight. Plastic also ends up in landfills, where it can take hundreds of years to decompose. This is a huge problem because only 9%...
IS BIODEGRADABLE BETTER THAN RECYCLABLE?CONTINUE READING
Even though there are many definitions in the media for the terms biodegradable and recyclable, there are nuances that people should be aware of when discussing and debating them. In this blog post, I would like to clarify these nuances so people can make smart decisions about what they buy...
THE PROMISING POTENTIAL OF BIODEGRADABLE MATERIALSCONTINUE READING
Durable, biodegradable materials are materials that are used to make consumer products such as biodegradable phone cases but are designed to break down naturally in the environment, unlike traditional plastics which can take hundreds of years to degrade. These materials are typically made from...
HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT CELL PHONE CASE FOR YOU?CONTINUE READING
Protection against physical damage is the primary reason for using a cell phone case. A good quality case can protect your phone from scratches, cracks, and dings caused by daily use. Additionally, a case can help absorb shock if the phone is dropped, reducing the risk of internal or screen damage. Some cases also provide
Where to recycle your phone case?CONTINUE READING
Astechnology evolves, so does the amount of electronic waste that we generate. Old phones, tablets, and laptops are regularly recycled, but what about phone cases? These often get overlooked, yet they contribute to the growing amount of e-waste that ends up in landfills. It is estimated that 1.5 billion phone cases end up in trash or landfills every year. Fortunately, there are...
What are biodegradable phone cases made of?CONTINUE READING
As more and more people become aware of the environmental impact of plastics, biodegradable phone cases are starting to become increasingly popular. These cases are made of materials that break down naturally in the environment, reducing waste and pollution. In this post, we’ll explore the materials commonly used to make biodegradable phone cases. One of...
How long do biodegradable phone cases last?CONTINUE READING
Biodegradable phone cases are a sustainable alternative to traditional plastic phone cases.
They are made from natural materials that can break down in the environment, reducing waste and pollution. However, one question that often comes up when considering biodegradable phone cases is how long they last. In this post, we will...
TOP 10 REASONS TO USE BIODEGRADABLE PHONE CASESCONTINUE READING
In today's world, smartphones have become an essential part of our lives. We use them for everything from communication to entertainment, and we often rely on them to stay connected with the world around us. However, with the increasing use of smartphones comes an increase in waste, including the disposal of phone cases. There are over 6.5 billion smartphones in use worldwide...
HOW CAN MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR HELP REPLACE PLASTIC?CONTINUE READING
Plastics have been a ubiquitous material in our daily lives for decades, but their negative impact on the environment has become increasingly apparent. Plastic waste has become a significant problem for our planet, polluting our oceans and harming wildlife. As a result, scientists and entrepreneurs have...
WHAT IS DRIVING THE CONSUMER BEHAVIOR SHIFT AWAY FROMPLASTIC WASTE?CONTINUE READING
Consumer behavior is shifting away from plastic waste due to several reasons. Firstly, consumers are becoming more aware of the environmental impact of plastic waste and are increasingly concerned about the long-term sustainability of the planet. This awareness is leading to a desire to minimize plastic waste and to live more sustainably.