Are the Great Lakes a Microplastic Soup With PFAS On the Side?

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Microplastic Pollution

The next time you brush your teeth or wash your face, you may be contributing to adding microplastic into the Great Lakes. The New York Times reports that microplastics are now identified as a serious threat to the Great Lakes ecosystem. But, unfortunately, there is no way to stop the plastic contamination from products with microplastics from entering the watershed. It’s feared that microplastics in our food chain will affect human health.

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Mikki is a graduate of Indian River State College and currently living and working in Isreal as a developer of AI chatbots for the travel industry. She writes part-time and is working on her first book about chatbot development.

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