Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: ‘Deceptively simple’ process could boost plastics recycling

(University of Houston) Plastics are a victim of their own success, so inexpensive, easy to use and versatile that the world is awash in plastic waste. Now researchers have reported a new method of producing polyolefins -- made from hydrocarbons and the most common building block of plastics -- structured to address one of the biggest stumbling blocks to plastics recycling.