Peter Hurst (left) and Ryan Jesse, founders of Breakdown Plastic, claim the additive could help tackle the problem of decreasing space in the city’s landfills. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Peter Hurst (left) and Ryan Jesse, founders of Breakdown Plastic, claim the additive could help tackle the problem of decreasing space in the city’s landfills. Photo: Jonathan Wong

New technology could help break down city’s plastic problem

Investors say organic additive can dramatically cut biodegradation time

Peter Hurst (left) and Ryan Jesse, founders of Breakdown Plastic, claim the additive could help tackle the problem of decreasing space in the city’s landfills. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Peter Hurst (left) and Ryan Jesse, founders of Breakdown Plastic, claim the additive could help tackle the problem of decreasing space in the city’s landfills. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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