Biodegradable Debate Could Affect PHAs' Viability As Microbead Stand-Ins
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Without a broadly recognized standard for plastic biodegradability in marine environments, some states are reluctant to adopt Illinois' microbeads legislation, which would allow biodegradable plastic alternatives, such as PHAs, to replace widely used polyethylene microbeads.
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