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Biodegradable plastic in clothing doesn't break down nearly as quickly as hoped – new research

By Keiron Roberts, Senior Lecturer in Sustainability and the Built Environment, University of Portsmouth
Fay Couceiro, Principal Research Fellow in Biogeochemistry and Environmental Pollution, University of Portsmouth
Muhammad Ali, Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering, University of Portsmouth
Polylactic acid – a popular bioplastic – does not readily break down when released into the ocean, and could disrupt marine ecosystemsThe Conversation

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