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How does so much plastic end up in our seas?

Date: 30/01/2018

Fergal Mee, Environmental Director, interviewed by RedFM. "A lot of research has been done on this, and quite a large proportion derives from washing machines, with synthetic fibres containing plastic-type materials such as polymers. Additionally, there's large amount of plastic ending up in the sea as microplastics or beads, which are used in cosmetic products as an abrasive…"

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