Imagine a world where you didn’t have a fully functioning hand. Now, imagine a world where we take discarded plastic waste and turn it into prosthetic limbs for kids in need. Watch a brief video about how Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery partners with a Washington-based nonprofit called the Million Waves Project to make a life-changing impact on people around the globe.

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