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  • Why You Should Switch From Drinking Water From a Bottle To a Can Today

    Discarded plastic bottles are polluting our oceans and killing marine life. Could a simple idea to put water in recyclable cans called CanO Water be the solution? By Mike Peake for TheEthicalist.com


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  • New Research Shows Plastic Fibers in Drinking Water

    83 percent of drinking water samples worldwide tested positive for microscopic plastic fibers.

    Tiny plastic fibers or “microfibers” have been found in the far corners of the world – in the oceans, in remote lakes and rivers, in fish, salt, and honey, and in the air we breathe. But until now one research area – our drinking water – remained unexamined.

    According to new research published today by Orb Media, tap water and plastic bottled water in cities on five continents is contaminated with microscopic plastic fibers.Scientists say they don’t know how these fibers reach household taps, or what their health risks might be, but experts suspect plastic fibers may transfer toxic chemicals when consumed by animals and humans.


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  • We're Now At A Million Plastic Bottles Per Minute...91% Of Which Are Not Recycled

    Several recent reports indicate the dire global situation associated with the world's plastic use. Two statistics jump out immediately. One, that globally humans buy a million plastic bottles per minute. The second, 91% of all plastic is not recycled. On top of that, it is estimated that over half a trillion plastic bottles will be sold in 2020.

    This presents an overwhelming challenge in responding to an exponential increase in recyclable yet un-recycled products.


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