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Fantastic plastic

Adam Oxford
Adam Oxford

What happens to plastic when it gets recycled? Sure, there’s the helpful symbols on the back of every crisp packet and carton with a cryptic indication of what it’s made of, but what do they mean for the processing plants that turn rubbish in to new fibres for fleeces and so on? Life of Plastic has all the answers: scroll to the bottom of this interactive, choose your waste, and see what happens next.

Adam Oxford
  • Adam Oxford is a freelance journalist, media consultant and civic tech enthusiast. He also works closely with startups developing solutions to access to justice problems.

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