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The Good Bottle project highlighted by Portuguese National Press

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The Good Bottle project highlighted by Portuguese National Press

The Good Bottle project highlighted by Portuguese National Press

The Good Bottle project highlighted by Portuguese National Press

The pioneer project by the Mirpuri Foundation in collaboration with Fibrenamics - Universidade do Minho captured the attention of Portuguese national press.

With a biodegradability rate of 74%, at the end of 45 days, the "Good Bottle" project is a success story that marks the change in the world industry towards sustainability, aiming to reduce the amount of plastic in our oceans which have been destroing the ecosystem.

With such a noble ambition, the project quickly captured the interest of the media. In this case, the "Good Bottle" project was highlighted by Jornal de Notícias, a piece of news that you can fully read here and by RTP, available here.


Photo: Miguel Pereira

Note: The pieces of news are entirely in Portuguese language.

Source: Algae-based bottle is 100% biodegradable and helps the ocean

Author: Delfim Machado (JN) e Nuno Patrício (RTP)

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