The world's use of plastic is costing us, and our oceans, a high price.
But thanks to scientists at the University of Swansea, there might be one solution to the waste that kills thousands of sea creatures every year.
The new research, led by Dr. Moritz Kuehnel, would see plastic waste turned into hydrogen. If we're lucky, that could one day be used to fuel hydrogen cars.
"There's a lot of plastic used every year -- billions of tonnes -- and only a fraction of it is being recycled," Dr. Kuehnel told the BBC. "We are trying to find a use for what is not being recycled."
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