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Do you toss biodegradable plastics in the compost bin? Here’s why it might not break down

By Bronwyn Laycock, Professor of Chemical Engineering, The University of Queensland
Paul Lant, Professor of Chemical Engineering, The University of Queensland
Steven Pratt, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
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Biodegradable plastics have great potential to replace problematic plastics that don’t break down. But we, and the environment, need greater clarity on how to dispose of them.The Conversation


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