We Could Make Household Products From Wood Instead Of Oil

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An interesting research study has found that a fundamental compound that is found in many household products and is derived from petroleum could instead be made from wood waste.

The study also claims that this could be done at a comparable cost and with lower environmental impact. Sounds like there might be some eco-math involved, so proceed with caution (where’s my eye-roll emoji?).

That being said, we’re all for anything that can increase our survival ability using natural products. We’ll need all the help we can get once the statists take us off the cliff Venezuela-style.

Check out the Popular Science article here.


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