"It's not an easy task, and we have only reached a small part of the way," says Wilson.
" We're trying out lots of different materials, for the time being, and we are experimenting with a lot that is not working until we find something that works.
so far, only two percent of the Lego pieces are made of a non-oil-based materials. Symbolic as it is, it's literally the green of the bits and pieces of trees and leaves in the bandages, which are often made of a so-called bio-plastics, is based on the sugar cane plantations.
the Crux of the matter is, firstly, that even though this is a more sustainable source than oil, it absorbs the sugar cane plantations of great resources. Both have been received critical acclaim, including the uk's The Independent that even the plastic is difficult to recycle.
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