Bottled Water

A new study commissioned by Orb Media has found that an average of 10 particles of plastic are found in every litre of bottled water, reaching levels of microplastic fibres that are twice as high as those found in tap water.
Alongside the 10 particles of plastic – some of which were the width of a human hair – found per litre, the study also discovered an average of 314 smaller particles per litre that are also “likely plastic”, according to the research.

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