Pollutants and nanoplastics found in disposable face masks, according to Swansea University study – Wales Online

Scientists have uncovered potentially dangerous chemical pollutants that are released from disposable face masks when submerged in water. The research by Swansea University reveals high levels of pollutants – including lead, antimony, and copper – within the silicon-based and plastic fibres of common disposable face masks. https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/health/pollutants-nanoplastics-disposable-face-masks-20519711

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