NewsNew solution to capture microplastics before they enter
waterways

24th April 2020by admin0
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A thousand liters of seawater can contain up to 8.3
million particles of microplastics. Until now, identifying these
very small particles has been difficult—usually they are only
detected once they have accumulated in the bodies of fish. A method
developed at VTT utilizes nanocellulose structures for early
particle identification. Nanocellulose would allow particles to be
captured even before they enter waterways.

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