The Truth About Plastic Waste in the Worlds Ocean

10 Million Tons of Plastic Enter the Ocean Every Year.

Plastic waste is the most visible component of ocean pollution. More than ten million tons of plastic enter the seas every year. The majority of this breaks down into microplastic particles and accumulates in coastal and deep-sea sediments.

Plastic waste is the most visible component of ocean pollution. More than ten million tons of plastic enter the seas every year.

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