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Sea Change Radio
Weekly Program
Neel Dhanesha + Sebastian Sajoux
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What is a nurdle, you ask? Is it the latest variation on the popular New York Times puzzle, Wordle? No, not quite. Nurdles are the tiny little petroleum-based building blocks of the plastics industry. And they are literally everywhere. This week on Sea Change Radio, we dig into the archives and talk to Neel Dhanesha of Vox to learn about the role nurdles play in the half-trillion dollar global plastics industry and why they are a big problem for the environment. Then, we hear about a small, innovative company that is recycling all sorts of plastics and turning them into gravel. We speak to the founder and CEO, Sebastián Sajoux, about the technology and mission of his company, Arqlite.

Track: That Girl
Artist: Hot 8 Brass Band
Album: On The Spot
Label: Tru Thoughts
Year: 2017

Track: Plastic Fantastic Lover
Artist: Jefferson Airplane
Album: Surrealistic Pillow
Label: RCA Victor
Year: 1967

Track: Rocks and Gravel
Artist: Bob Dylan
Album: Live At The Gaslight 1962
Label: Columbia
Year: 2005

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