The world’s plastic problem
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Plastic is indeed ubiquitous and it is forever: Even after we are done with it and throw it away, it doesn’t cease to exist. Burn it and it will transform into invisible, indestructible toxins. Dump it and while it might disintegrate and fragment, it doesn’t disappear. Throw it indiscriminately and it will find its way into water bodies, including the oceans, where it will be swallowed by birds, fishes and ocean mammals.
Stinus-Cabugon, M. (2018, June 04). The world’s plastic problem. The Manila Times, p. A5.
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