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Jan 31, 2022

Scientists Successfully Turned Used Masks into Lithium-Ion Density Batteries

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

And they’re low-cost and disposable.

With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, humans have become reliant on personal protection equipment, or PPE, more and more with each wave of infection. While single-use face masks make up a large portion of PPE around the world, not much thought has been given to the proper disposal of these products.

While these products are crucial in our fight against COVID-19, they undoubtedly take a toll on the environment, ending up in landfills and oceans, giving off toxic gases. In only 2020, 52 billion face masks were made and 1.56 billion of them ended up in our oceans. they’re low-cost and disposable.

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