Bottled Water: You’re Probably Drinking Tiny Bits of Plastic

Drinking from a plastic water bottle likely means ingesting microplastic particles, a new study claims, prompting fresh concerns — and calls for scientific research — on the possible health implications of widespread plastics pollution.

A study carried out on more than 250 water bottles sourced from 11 brands in nine different countries revealed that Microplastic contamination was nearly universal, found in more than 90% of the samples.

Bottled Water: You Could Be Drinking Tiny Bits of Plastic | Time

Am I the only person in the world who think this should be obvious to anyone who is awake????

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