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Cosmetic Microbeads Regulation Could Set Tone For Microfiber Response

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Research suggests that plastic microbeads used in personal-care products contribute to around 13% of marine plastic pollution, but roughly 85% is attributed to plastic microfibers from clothing. Biomaterial firm TerraVerdae BioWorks is watching personal-care microbeads legislation due to its stake in next-generation, bioplastic microbeads, but its broader concern is how the regulatory movement could influence the next to come.

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