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Long before the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19 first jumped to humans the world was dealing with another plague threatening human health and wellbeing: plastic trash.

Plastic from single-use products has been filling up landfills over the last seven decades, ever since it became widely used in commercial products. In more recent years discarded plastic has increasingly turned up in oceans, lakes, rivers and on the shores of waterways globally...

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