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Dear future generations,

My name is Lyne Sussuarana , I’m an Environmental Engineer and Chemist. My area of work is environmental conservation minimizing the environmental impacts of the industry in general. Nowadays, I am studying the recycling of plastic materials in my PhD at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.  I consider that studying solutions for waste generated from plastic packaging by recycling is extremely important for the conservation of natural resources, water, oceans, and climate change. So I feel very happy to contribute to scientific research in this area and try to improve the quality of the environment for future generations. It is not easy.  It’s  grueling and exhausting but is  fulfilling work.  

I promise to continue to take care of our environment so that it can be better in the future, because I love mother nature and I understand the importance of preserving it.

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