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Plastic Free July Q&A 3/5

The third edition of our Plastic Free July comes with 4 new questions and answers about (micro)plastics that were sent to us by our community via social media and email. Until 10th July we have been asking our community to send us questions about microplastics and plastic in general. And until end of July we […]
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The Guardian

Clothes washing linked to 'pervasive' plastic pollution in the Arctic  

Polyester fibres that injure marine life were found in sea water across region.
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"What happens with microfibers 
after we filter them?" 

Simply catching microfibers is not enough. What really matters is what happens after that and how can we make sure they never end up in our rivers and oceans. 

Read how we deal with them

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"It's time we convince policymakers to make microfiber filters in washing machines mandatory. The same thing has already been done with catalytic converters that reduce pollution from vehicles."


Founder & CEO @ PlanetCare
"Finally consumers can take action. 
If we wait for the fashion industry,
it can take years before 
the problem is solved."


Founder @ Plastic Soup  Foundation
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