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This Wax Worm Can Recycle Plastic Bags!
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According to a study, bug saliva may contain enzymes that could revolutionize the bioremediation industry.
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The wax worms' saliva is a potential new remedy for the plastic carry-all, according to scientists.
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The wax worm's saliva swiftly degrades polyethylene waste and may soon be available in kits for at-home recycling.
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This reaction takes place in a matter of hours at room temperature.
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These worms could lead to plastic recycling methods that are affordable and fairly quicker.
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Beehive honeycombs are where wax worm larvae develop, reside, and eat beeswax.
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Around the world, 4 trillion plastic bags are reportedly used each year, & worm could definitely be ally for the environment
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Worms could replace mechanical recycling in cases where it is ineffective since their saliva breaks down plastic bags very quickly.