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Jason Alexander Is Blown Away By Thermal Depolymerization

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Former Seinfeld star Jason Alexander has written up a nice piece over on The Daily Green detailing how him and his family work to make their lives more eco-friendly. While the actor takes advantage of solar energy, recycling, and other green elements, it’s the discussions on where this is all headed that gets him excited. One promising industry in particular, thermal depolymerization, is a big focal point. From the article,

“We talk about the excitement of alternative fuel research and how we must empower politicians and advocates that will invest in that technology. I sometimes get into mind-blowing discussions with the kids about an experimental technology called ‘thermal depolymerization.’ It is a new and cutting edge science but if it can be developed fully, it will enable us to take almost all the waste products we create and recycle them into water and usable oils. Very exciting.”

“We do what we can. We drive hybrids. We drive with an awareness of fuel conservation, when possible. We are stingy with power use in our home. We carpool. We use solar energy in certain parts of our property. We recycle. We reuse.”

For the full piece, jump on over to TDG here.

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