Plastiglomerat - a new kind of artificial stone, formed from plastic to natural conditions

As shown by recent studies, sometimes molten plastic from the remaining debris on beaches can be connected with sedimentary rocks, basalt lava fragments and organic residues (eg, sink) to produce a new type of rock.

The new material, called plastiglomerat (plastiglomerate), will forever remain in the rock of the earth, and in the future can serve as a marker of geological action on the planet, researchers said.

According to the U.S. non-governmental organization, the Council for the Protection of Natural Resources (Natural Resources Defense Council). Plastic pollution is a global problem, it affects every waterway, the world’s seas and oceans.

First produced in 1950, plastic and hard to break, according to scientists in the environment, it will be saved hundreds and even thousands of years.

Plastic trash is easy enough, that helps him to avoid the natural earth burial with sediments and become part of the permanent geological record.

18 June 2014

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