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Airborne Microplastics

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By now, most of us are familiar with the lingering legacy from decades of our plastic use habits – microplastics. While many of us may associate them with polluting our drinking water, rivers, seas and oceans, evidence has shown that they are all around us, including in the air we breathe.

Download this infographic to explore:

  • The emerging issue of airborne microplastics
  • Their sources and detection
  • Possible impacts on human health and the environment