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A ban on plastic wet wipes may lead to more river pollution, not less

By Randa Lindsey Kachef, Lecturer in Geography, King's College London
The UK government recently announced a plan to ban plastics from wet wipes, causing my fellow river activists to release a collective sigh of relief. However, although a general election has put the idea on hold for now, and it’s not clear if an incoming Labour government would adopt the same policy, I predict that such a “win” would actually make the problem…The Conversation

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