Isn't it time for plastic products from tiny micro-beads found in cosmetics and micro-fibres from polyester clothing to bottles and plastic wrap to carry an 'ocean pollution warning' label?

For example when you wear and wash polyester sportswear the result is contributing to plastic oceans
About 80 percent of human-made debris found in the Great Lakes is plastic, while the big pieces can be ugly, the smaller pieces can attract dangerous chemicals, such as pesticides or herbicides, which can then be eaten by plankton, mussels, fish or birds,
The concern is ... these plastics act as a means to move ... toxic compounds into the food web and into us.
#oceanpollutionlabel #golfrefugees

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