Tsunami boat washes up in Canada
The NOAA expects that more debris will come ashore over several years, but that much of it will be indistinguishable from the usual flotsam and jetsam.
Plastic is found in virtually everything these days. Your food and hygiene products are packaged in it. Your car, phone and computer are made from it. And you might even chew on it daily in the form of gum. While most plastics are touted as recyclable, the reality is that they’re “downcycled.” A plastic milk carton can never be recycled into another carton — it can be made into a lower-quality item like plastic lumber, which can’t be recycled.
16 simple ways to reduce plastic waste
That is not your house. That is a trash.
I am sorry we made all the trash.
I hope you get a real house one day. One that’s clean.
Materials Use Light/Dark to Purify Air
Removing the smell of new carpet from a room may eventually be a matter of turning the lights on or off. Manindu Weerasinghe, a Kansas State Univ. doctoral candidate in chemistry, Sri Lanka, is studying materials that use light or darkness to purify air filled with toxins that are harmful to human health and the environment. Her research could one day lead to filters, humidifiers and other devices that can detoxify air in windowless rooms, manufacturing facilities and other indoor areas.
Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news-Materials-Use-Light-Dark-to-Purify-Air-012712.aspx