​New laundry habits could reduce ocean microfiber pollution


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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