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CWSF 2019 - Fredericton, New Brunswick

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Hi! My name is Pauline, and I am in grade 7. I attend Richmond Hill Elementary and Montessori Private School in Richmond Hill, Ontario. I have been apart of my school's student council for the past 2 years, have been apart of my schools choir for 6 years, my schools band for 2 years, and have also been apart of debate for 1 year. I enjoy swimming, biking, piano, public speaking, and spending time with my friends and family. I enjoy research on ways to save the earth, and that is where I got my project idea from. In the future, I would like to learn more about sciences, and create new innovations, that could lead to big things! Think big, you never know what the results will be!

Pauline Botros

Food vs. Plastic
City:Richmond Hill, ON
School:Richmond Hill Montessori and Elementary Private School
Abstract:Plastic is laying everywhere, so why not try to make plastic biodegradable? In my project, I created a recipe to turn fruit peels that are high in starch into plastic. Not many people have tried to make fruits into biodegradable plastic, which makes my project unique. Through this, I also made straws that are biodegradable. I tested banana, kiwi, potato, orange, and lemon peels.