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Further research is needed into the potential health impacts that plastic micro- particles found in bottled water could have, food and drink. You now have another good reason to avoid bottled water the new study was conducted by journalism organization orb media and. 93% of bottled water showed some sign of microplastic contamination 2018) as research into the occurrence of plastic pollution has increased, sampling and .
Bottled water is often sold to consumers on the basis of its supposed purity the research—which was commissioned by nonprofit journalism. A recent study found tiny plastic particles in 93% of tested bottles of water. Residents of a small victorian town realised that delicious water can be a curse as well as a blessing, when they lost a legal battle to stop a local farmer shipping . 93 percent of the tested bottles showed a sign of microplastic contamination, the (picture from suny fredonia study on water bottles. So how pure is the water in plastic bottles we traveled to the state university of new york at fredonia where researchers had already found.
The world health organization has announced that it is launching a review of the potential risks of plastic particles in drinking water, after a. Drinking water research foundation provides education to the public about facts about water, drinking water facts, bottled water facts, tap water facts. A lot of bottled water contains tiny bits of plastic, known as microplastics, according to research conducted by a non-profit journalism.
Bottled water is not only bad for the environment it's bad for people according to a new study by journalism nonprofit orb media and. As cities across the country grapple with the financial and environmental costs of plastic water bottles, an advocacy group has determined that. The announcement comes after a study found that over 90 percent of the world's most popular bottled water brands contain microplastic.
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