Recycling

Chemical recycling could be an industry game changer

Environmentalists are stepping up warnings about the dangers of plastic waste in our oceans. Scientists say plastic trash goes into the marine food chain after it washes out to sea. Recycling is only a partial solution because most products cannot be recycled. Janet Shamlian shows us how a cutting-edge plant outside Portland, Oregon, may hold the key to keeping plastic out of the ocean.

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