​New laundry habits could reduce ocean microfiber pollution

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The thousands of microfibers that are released by fabrics during domestic textile washing end up in rivers, the sea and the ocean, causing marine microplastic pollution. A new study from Northumbria University, conducted in partnership with Procter & Gamble, has revealed that nearly 13,000 tons of microfibers are being released ...

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