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Researchers may have found an effective, green way to remove microplastics from our water using readily available plant materials. Their device was found to capture up to 99.9% of a wide variety of microplastics known to pose a health risk to humans.

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Plant-based filter removes up to 99.9% of microplastics from water
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    Plant-based filter removes up to 99.9% of microplastics from water

    Plant-based filter removes up to 99.9% of microplastics from water

    Researchers may have found an effective, green way to remove microplastics from our water using readily available plant materials. Their device was …

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