Eat Fish? You're Eating Plastic
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Each week, the average person consumes about five grams of microplastic.
That's a credit card's worth of plastic every week.
Every six months, we ingest enough plastic flakes to fill a cereal bowl.
In our lifetime, we can expect to devour more plastic than two large plastic bins.
According to a 2017 UN report, there are more than 51 trillion microplastic particles in the sea—that's more than 500 times the number of stars in the Milky Way.
386 marine fish species are known to have ingested plastic debris, including 210 species that are commercially eaten. And fish are consuming more plastic over time as ocean-plastic pollution increases globally.
Which means you're consuming more plastic over time.
But it doesn't have to be this way.
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