Nanoplastics, Pollutants Found in Disposable Face Masks

In a study looking at the components of disposable face masks, researchers discovered what Scienmag called “high levels of pollutants, including lead, antimony and copper within the silicon-based and plastic fibers” when the masks were submerged in water. The study was intended to look at pollution of waterways as a direct link to the COVID-19 pandemic and the single-use masks, but they noted that their findings also “raise the question of the potential damage to public...

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