Ocean Conservation: Microplastics in the Food Chain
Green Tech Challenge
MAY 23, 2019
More specifically, microplastic. Mussels, tuna, sardines, sea bream, hake, you name it; all contain an amount of microplastics consumed while in the sea. Research conducted by Orb Media found microplastic particles in bottled water as well. How do Microplastics come about? These are only some of the large deposits which later disintegrate into microplastics. So yes, cigarettes are a source of microplastics too. All of these are secondary microplastics.