Mushrooms to replace polystyrene

In the USA, Ecovative uses mycelium, the white part of the fungus, to replace the polystyrene beads that sometimes protect our purchases. It’s a 100% biodegradable material that returns to the earth in the form of nutrients. Its manufacture does not depend on petroleum, unlike conventional polystyrene, and can be used to package all types of objects. Other possible uses include: wood/mushroom blends for the construction of interior furniture without formaldehyde (a health-damaging product found in some furniture); kits for growing your own mycelium at home.


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