“Advancements” television series to highlight plant-based plastic

Tune in to CNBC on Saturday, January 8 at 2:30 p.m. ET to explore the latest developments in science and technology.

JUPITER, Florida—The award-winning series, Advancements with Ted Danson, is scheduled to air a new episode featuring a plant-based alternative to petroleum-based plastics on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. ET, as it launches its sixth season.

the Advances The TV Series is an information-based educational program targeting recent advances in a number of industries and economies. Showcasing cutting-edge solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and professionals, Advances focuses on cutting-edge developments and brings this information to the public with the vision to illuminate how technology and innovation continue to transform our world.

The new episode will inform about a more sustainable alternative to petroleum-based plastics by exploring how Utopia Plastix“The next generation of plant-based plastics is helping address global concerns around single-use plastics. Viewers will see how the herbal resin, produced in an ISO certified manufacturing facility that complies with the US FDA, results in a stronger product with other added benefits.

Designer Sharina Perry at a Utopia Plastix manufacturing facility. (Photo provided)

Examining how burnout and turnover affects the healthcare community as a whole, the show will explore some of the challenges healthcare workers face today, both before and in the aftermath of the crisis. COVID-19 pandemic. Listening to experts in the field, viewers will see how CommWell Health contributes to improving well-being in the health sector by instilling a corporate culture model focused on organizational culture, quality of care, financial sustainability and governance.

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Next, the episode will focus on how Greentech Minerals Holdings (Greentech Minerals) Specialty Services is dedicated to building allied supply chains in the United States and providing mission assurance and support to the Allied manufacturing base in the United States. The public will learn how Greentech Minerals provides global safety and risk reduction strategies to critical sectors of the mineral production and renewable energy supply chain.

The series will also examine the importance of cybersecurity while explaining how SPYCHATTER works to protect data through its AR technology, software and applications. Viewers will see how it uses patented laser technology to share data and help the healthcare industry share information in sensitive environments.

“This season is full of exciting stories that are sure to enlighten and educate viewers,” said Sarah McBrayer, Creative Director for the Advances series. Programming director Dustin Schwarz added, “We can’t wait to see what Season 6 has in store for us.”

For more information visit www.AdvancementsTV.com or call (866) 496-4065.