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  • Adam Wallat

    A good approach indeed. It is still questionable whether it's good for the human body to wear recycled plastics bag on the skin so that when transpiration kicks in, all those nasty phthalates and endocrine disruptors can enter through the skin and accumulate in the blood to slowly raise cancer rates and infertility. It seems to be a wicked problem. Where to put all the unused plastics and other materials? Most certainly not on the body. Composable clothing sounds much more like a good solution. Making good products from the start instead of reselling wearable garbage bags.