This Bag Dissolves In Water

Recent posts, like the Eco Plug, have been somewhat on an eco-drive, not really coincidental given the global trend of being green, but it is nice to be able to mention really relevant and available stuff that you or I can achieve.

November’s Creative Review is doing something quite revolutionary.  CR are giving a trial to a new kind of packaging that “simply dissolves in hot water.”

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The new material called Harmless-Dissolve was created by Cyberpac and is a water soluble polymer and up to three times stronger than polythene.  No waste, no landfill, and it works!  Brilliant.

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Into the hot water.

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After about ten minutes a small residue is all that is left.

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And the remaining water is safe to pour away straight down the sink.

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Tada!

More, as you’d imagine, over at CR.

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6 Responses to “This Bag Dissolves In Water”


  1. 1 hariprasadthimmegowda October 28, 2009 at 11:36 pm

    Does this dissolving bag causes any water pollution?

  2. 2 inspirationalgeek October 28, 2009 at 11:45 pm

    No I’m assured it doesn’t, you can even drink the remaining water but by all accounts it doesn’t taste very nice!

  3. 3 hariprasadthimmegowda October 29, 2009 at 11:30 pm

    Its kind of neat that they invented these kinds of plastic bags which does not produce any pollution. May be every company should invent this kind of Plastic bags, so that it can be used in all the stores.

  4. 4 inspirationalgeek October 30, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    Maybe not every company will invent them as such, but certainly a push for lots more companies to use them is on the cards. Here’s hoping.

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    Hi there mates, its fantastic piece of writing about teachingand fully explained, keep it up all the time.


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