Plastic bags can be manufactured from sugarcane instead of petrochemical sources. Additionally, these bags are supposedly longer-lasting than typical plastic bags, leading to more re-use possibilities. A research team at the Missouri University of Science and Technology has been working on new types of biodegradable and bioavailable plastics. In addition to using starch and fibers, the team is also experimenting with glycerol in the new plastics production process.
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