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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing 'biofoam' packaging from wood

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New packing material made of forestry waste can decompose in a matter of weeks, say scientists. Styrofoam currently fills up to 30 per cent of landfills around the world. The biofoam project is a collaboration between the Wetsuweten First Nation and University of B.C. researchers.
Published 2 months ago · Vancouver, Canada

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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing 'biofoam' packaging from wood waste

The biofoam project is a collaboration between the Wet'suwet'en First Nation in central B.C. and University of B.C. researchers. The new packing material is made of forestry waste and can decompose in weeks.

2 months ago·Canada
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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing ‘biofoam’ packaging from wood - BC

The biofoam project is a collaboration between the Wet'suwet'en First Nation in central B.C. and University of B.C. researchers.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing ‘biofoam’ packaging from wood

VANCOUVER - Styrofoam can take 500 years to decompose as it bloats landfills around the world, but new packing material called biofoam made of forestr...

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing 'biofoam' packaging from wood

VANCOUVER — Styrofoam can take 500 years to decompose as it bloats landfills around the world, but new packing material called biofoam made of forestry waste…

2 months ago·Canada
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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing 'biofoam' packaging from wood

Styrofoam can take 500 years to decompose as it bloats landfills around the world, but new packing material called biofoam made of forestry waste can decompose in a matter of weeks, say scientists.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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B.C. scientists and First Nation create decomposing 'biofoam' packaging from wood

VANCOUVER — Styrofoam can take 500 years to decompose as it bloats landfills around the world, but new packing material called biofoam made of forestry waste can decompose in a matter of weeks, say scientists.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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