Unwrapping the Ocean Plastic Conundrum Via Blockchain

Unwrapping the Ocean Plastic Conundrum Via Blockchain Unwrapping the Ocean Plastic Conundrum Via Blockchain

In September, Cointelegraph reported on a Dutch company said to have created the world’s first collection of recycled fabrics made from ocean plastics and whose provenance can be traced via blockchain.The premise is that socially minded consumers want assurance that they are really wearing recycled materials fished out from oceans and coastal areas.

The firm, Waste2Wear, deserves applause, but it is unlikely to make a dent in the world’s plastic problem.

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