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Четверг, 01 октября 2015 20:52

The Alternative to Deadly Plastic

In the last few issues of our publica tion we have already spoken about the new revolutionary vodka based on natural alkaline water with a balanced pH 8.6 to 8.9.

Dr Alexander Titomirov,  the founder of Titomirov Vodka, has been conducting intensive studies during the past few years not only in the beverage field with underlying alkalinity, but also in the field of plastic substitutes. 

At the private lab in California everything is ready for the mass production and  launch of the new ecologically friendly bottles for the new types of beverages (see the picture). 

New packaging should match the new beverages.

Let’s talk about plastic and its damaging effects on the environment.  Glass was invented some five thousand years ago in Mesopotamia and has resisted the test of time, but on the other hand plastic is a far more recent invention, just a little over 100 years old dating back to 1907, and happens to be  quite toxic and is quickly polluting our planet.

Based on the studies of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States it is obvious how much the Earth is suffering from plastic, which has become part of our everyday life.  Here are few examples. 

Plastic production consumes some 8% of the global oil production.  Annually just the United States produces plastic at a staggering rate of 380 billion dollars.  A plastic bottle starts deteriorating over 450 years and it takes an additional 50-80 years to complete the process.  With the existing rate of production, the earth will be completely covered with plastic even before it will start being decomposed.  Plastic glass deteriorates over 50 to 80 years.  It takes 1000 years to decompose plastic bags!  Only 2.5% of all the plastic mass is recycled in Europe in a year.

The biggest damage caused by plastic is observed in the Oceans and its inhabitants.  Plastic constitutes 80% of all garbage in the oceans.  Hundred of millions of tons of plastic are thrown into the sea every year, in the form of packaging, bottles, and even fish nets.  For every 2.56 square kilometres of ocean some 46,000  plastic objects can be found.  250 ocean species eat plastic by mistake confusing it with jelly fish, and die as a result.  Only in the Pacific Ocean fish eat some 24,000 tons of plastic per year.  Every year because of eating plastic objects 1 million birds are dying as well as 100,000 sharks, dolphins and sea turtles.  Most of the plastic is used for water production and transportation, that is the least energy efficient method.  Some countries already have prohibited the production of plastic bottles: Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Ireland and China.  It has been some time since people are searching for alternatives to plastic.

At a private laboratory in California during the past 5 years a huge amount of work has been done in the search for the natural material that can substitute plastic.  The result has been the creation of “Material N”.  During the process of finding such a material, the main factors have been cost and ease of production, abundance and easy access to the natural resource as well as the lighter weight and rigidity of the material.

The success in finding such material is due to the developments in nanotechnology – the science that allows to create new materials based on their molecular structure.  Nanotechnology materials are super strong, light as well as ecologically friendly all due to the tight molecular binding.  What makes the new “Material N” so unique?  It helps to protect perfume from damaging UV light.  Bottles made from this new material are very light, strong, do not break, just crack compared to glass bottles, and also have inert properties similar to glass.  Plastic starts defusing chemical materials into the liquid it is holding at a temperature less than 100 C°, while “Material N” starts melting at 700 C°.

The creation of “Material N” has been conducted in parallel with the development of the beverages based on alkalinity.  As a result, Dr. Titomirov has been able to create not only new revolutionary beverages but also the material for their packaging, which could be used not exclusively for beverages but also for other content: food, medicine, and other materials.  “Material N” has a very large range of applications – could even be used in the auto industry.  This is just the beginning of the new age of the use of plastic substitutes.

The plastic industry is damaging our Planet, “Material N” vise versa is capable of protecting it and its Nature because it is based on a 100% natural material.  The first commercial use of “Material N” at industrial scale production is anticipated in the next 18-24 months.

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