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Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment
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Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment Highlights his new emergence of face masks as environmental litter both in the terrestrial and aquatic environment is a piece of evidence that the global pandemic has not in any way reduced the challenge of increasing
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  • Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment
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  • his new emergence of face masks as environmental litter both in the terrestrial and aquatic environment is a piece of evidence that the global pandemic has not in any way reduced the challenge of increasing plastic pollution in the environment.
  • plastic packaging materials, drinking bottles, and fast food containers
  • disposal in landfill, dumpsites, freshwater, oceans or littering at public spaces

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