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Govt throws funding behind green polystyrene for fisheries

Rotorua's Biopolymer Network has cracked the nut of using plant plastic at scale.

Dita De Boni Wed, 12 Jan 2022

A New Zealand firm may be the first in the world to have created an environmentally friendly polystyrene with the same strength, weight and insulation abilities as traditional polystyrene - and aims to have it transporting local fish exports as soon as possible.

Having developed and tested it at

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