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Our plastic addiction is out of control. We need to cut consumption now

Our air, water, salt and seafood are contaminated by plastic and the impact on our health is unknown. While we wait for the findings, here are ways to reduce plastic use Sea salt around the world is contaminated by plastic, studies show Tap water around the world is contaminated with tiny plastic fibres, the Guardian revealed this week, and other pilot studies have revealed microplastics in beer, sugar, salt and honey, as well as in seafood, in the air in cities and in homes.
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