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How to Tackle Microplastics

What is microplastic? Microplastics are plastic pieces that measure less than five millimetres. Some microplastics have been made small intentionally, for example microbeads in facial scrubs. Others have formed by breaking away from larger plastics such as carrier bags which have fragmented over time. They've even been found in places we previously thought were pristine, like the Arctic.  Microplastics can enter the water system from either land based run-off or wastewater overflow. This includes landfill, debris from tyre wear, microplastic fibres released when washing synthetic clothes or breakdown of larger plastics in river catchments. Here are our top 3 ways you can...