Creating bioplastic from wastewater

Best pitch: Leong beat 14 other finalists to claim the top prize.

A TEAM of Malaysian students had initially come together to create a sustainable way to manage wastewater using microalgae.

In the process, however, they decided to use byproducts from the wastewater system to create bioplastic – thus cleaning water and creating something useful at the same time.

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