Researchers from the Dutch University of Wageningen examined 340 kilos of waste that was washed ashore on the uninhabited Dutch Wadden island of Griend.
Microplastics in rivers, seas and oceans pose an increasing threat to humans and animals. Students of Eindhoven University of Technology are working on a machine to count plastic granules in rivers.
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Eight billion kilos. That’s about how much plastic ends up in the ocean every year. 80 % of all that plastic ends up into rivers […]
The benefits and necessity of removing microplastic particles from the world’s oceans and ashore has spurred many scientific researchers towards finding the ultimate solution. Yet […]