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Study removes microplastics and nanoplastics from water by boiling it with calcium carbonate; method works for hard or soft water, traps microplastics in incrustant crystalline structures, which can be removed from water using a coffee filter

Potentially toxic microplastics found in 100% of human placentas in a University of New Mexico study of 62 placentas; most common plastics found were those used in plastic bags and bottles, followed by construction materials and nylon

Researchers in Xi’an, China, find large amounts of microplastics accumulated in soil of agricultural fields with rapid development of mulch agriculture, endangering crops, food security and poses ecological risks; PVC and PMMA cited as risk factors

Mexico City's environment ministry Sedema finds each Mexican consumes 5 grams of microplastics per week, equivalent of a bank card

BASF researchers publish study titled 'The power of centrifugation: How to extract microplastics from soil with high recovery and matrix removal efficiency'

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