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Researchers discover thousands of nanoplastic bits in bottles of drinking water

It seems anywhere scientists look for plastic, they find it: from the ice in Antarctica, to the first bowel movement produced by newborn babies.

Now, researchers are finding that the amount of microscopic plastics floating in bottled drinking water is far greater than initially believed. Story by Corinne Purtill, Susanne Rust - LA Times

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