Yet, non-biodegradable and unrecyclable plastic remains. Plastic that will continue to reduce in size, and enter our environment via our air, our water, and our soil. Thus enter into our body's organs.
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We already know Prochlorococcus are being damaged by plastic pollution in our oceans, so perhaps a closer look is needed by all of us to see the small amounts of plastic around us. Plastic that will only become smaller and microscopic. Plastic such as:
They get everywhere, and are not easy to clean up! Blow up the photo and take a closer look at what you may breathing, eating, or drinking!
Bill Lauto, at GoingTrueGreen.com
International Sustainability and Energy Consultant
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