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
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

Topic |   Outdoor & Extreme: Health & Fitness
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
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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