Fishing for Plastics

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(Photo credit: The Ocean Cleanup)

Did you know that there are plastics in many of our face washes, tooth pastes, shaving creams and shower gels? If the products you use contain microbeads, more than likely, these microbeads are made from plastics, not natural materials. These are not the only common household items containing microbeads. Microbeads can also be generated in your washing machines. All of these, end up in our water systems and make their way out to sea. Interested in learning more? Read on: Plastic Soup

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