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Several insect species can eat plastic waste as nutritional source using gut fungi, enzymes; insects investigated include common crickets, certain kinds of mealworm larvae, which could eat PE, PU plastics, PS-based foam at varying efficiencies: study

Samsara Eco raises AU$54.0M to build its first facility to 'infinitely recycle' plastic in Melbourne, Australia, to process 20,000 tons by 2024; facility to start with PET, then recycle mixed bale plastics, regardless of color, type, state using enzymes

Carbios survey of Americans, Europeans finds most respondents are optimistic about company's enzymatic recycling technologies for bioplastics, PET, polyester; 82% of respondents say they would buy company's fully circular biodegradable bioplastics

Cell engineering firm Ginkgo Bioworks to engineer up to four enzymes for use as biocatalysts in Merck's active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing efforts; biocatalysis is a sustainable alternative for some industrial chemical synthesis steps

Spain-based plastics cleanup company Plasticentropy is working to commercialize two newly discovered enzymes from wax worm larvae; CSIC research--funded by chemicals company Rochling--could be used to limit or eliminate PE microplastics from environment

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