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Eggxellent Plastic
- Eggxellent Plastic utilizes waste 200 million annually non-consumed eggs in the US (eggs. egg shells) to form inexpensive plastic in a simple manner.
- Waste apples are incorporated to make plastic structures more rigid depending on the application.
- Applications lie from rigid plastics to make disposable products, durable products, and even textiles.
- The start up is supported by the Rice University Material Science department
-Sylvia Jung and Muhammad Rahman are the starting cofounders of Eggxellent Plastic

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