Beating plastic pollution
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In truth, people throw away plastic waste each year that could encircle the earth four times over! What doesn’t ends up in our already brimming landfills ultimately reaches our oceans, thereby affecting more biodiversity and natural resource.
Duran, P. P. (2018, June 05). Beating plastic pollution. Manila Standard, pp. C1, C2.
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