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Tire and road wear particles are among largest sources of microplastics released into the environment, according to research at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne; study examines toxicity and how readily particles are absorbed by organisms

Construction industry could shrink its carbon footprint by using soil in place of concrete for non-load-bearing parts of buildings, says architecture student in Switzerland; excavated earth, among world's biggest sources of waste, should be a resource

Researchers at Swiss Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale develop PET-like plastic that can be easily made from non-edible plant parts; resulting plastic shows promise in food packaging due to performance as an oxygen barrier

Scientists at Switzerland's EPFL develop new method for obtaining solid biochar and hydrogen gas, two of the cleanest and most efficient fuels, from biological waste such as banana peels and coffee beans using a photothermal chemical process

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