This is part of an article from Popular Science Magazine. It’s not exactly “news” anymore because the article is from May, but the products are still new. Michael Murray, CEO of Cynar, a start-up tech company, has created a machine that turns plastic, which is made from petroleum, back into usable fuel. When burned, this fuel still creates CO2, but 20% less than gasoline. Also, anyone who has read Garbology can agree that it is better to put all this plastic junk to use rather than bury it in our burgeoning landfills! Here is the article.