We’re Eating Plastics From Our Own Dirty Laundry – A startup is developing a reusable sheet that sucks microplastics from our laundry machines, so they don’t end up in the water supply.

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We’re Eating Plastics From Our Own Dirty Laundry

Every time you wash your fleece jacket or other synthetic clothing, microscopic synthetic fibres are released and end up in our food supply and drinking water. These microfibres are so small-visible only under a microscope-that they bypass municipal filtration systems and are consumed by fish and other marine life.

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