23 Feb '17, 12pm

Report blames synthetic clothing for ocean waste

BERN - A new report argues that synthetic clothing should be designed in such a way that it it sheds fewer fibres. The report also suggests that invisible plastic particles washed off synthetic clothes are the main source for marine plastic pollution – a claim which has been supported by several other pieces of research in recent years.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2017022322607/materials-produc...

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