World’s first certified compostable and biodegradable pallet wrap.
Australian couple, Jordy and Julia Kay, launch world’s first certified compostable and biodegradable pallet wrap.Great Wrap – which is mostly made of
corn starch and can be put into household compost – begins to break down in a
compost pile after 180 days, but if it does end up in landfill it will break
down in two to five years.
‘‘Our product isn’t too much more
expensive than regular cling wrap, [and] you don’t have to feel guilty when you
use it,’’ Mr Kay said.
Mask for Life
Melbourne: Businessman Adrian Critchlow to launch a mask for lifeThe masks feature a layer of
activated carbon, originally designed for the British Army for chemical and
biological protection, and a P2/N95 filter material originally designed for
Mr Critchlow said instead of using
plastic, like most PPE on the market, his masks used wool with the natural
fibre also providing a “highly effective natural filtration with low breathing
resistance”.Soon his ambition will become reality
when what he calls “a mask for life” will start rolling off a production line in Melbourne.Source: The Australian 21/9/20
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