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Cosmetic products are full of plastic

Multinationals have promised changes, but consumers are still being exposed to dangerous health risks due to microplastics. Amsterdam, February 15, 2017 – A recent investigation by the Plastic Soup Foundation (PSF) found that all large multinationals are still adding microplastics to their cosmetic products. Microplastics are …

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British Government’s response

The London, 14 November 2016. British Government responded to the Environmental Audit Committee’s report on the environmental impact of microplastics and its recommendations. The government will ban microbeads next year and will investigate the human health impact. Read the response.

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