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185. Is Using Plastic Sustainable?

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Plastic is made from oil, which will eventually run out, so you might ask: How can using plastic ever be sustainable?

This Environmental Studies Factsheet will discuss this question and go over some of the most recent exam questions on plastic recycling.

This Factsheet explains:
• Plastics: good or bad?
• Bacteria and plastic.
• Recycling targets.

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April 2014

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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