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Saving the Oceans One Plastic Piece at a Time

Saving the Oceans One Plastic Piece at a Time

The first step to understanding how harmful plastics are to our bodies and the environment is by learning how they are created.  Plastics are composed of materials such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine, and sulfur.  However, most plastics are composed of carbon atoms.  When large pieces of plastic erode over time, they break down into smaller pieces.  This may be due to weather, sunlight, or physical stress, and can take between 450 to 1,000 years.  There are tiny pieces of plastic covering the ocean called microplastics
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