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The Guardian : "Plastic fibres found in tap water"

par Daniel Thevenot - publié le

The Guardian : "Plastic fibres found in tap water around the world, study reveals" 6 september 2017

by Damian Carrington, Environment editor

Exclusive : Tests show billions of people globally are drinking water contaminated by plastic particles, with 83% of samples found to be polluted

We are living on a plastic planet. What does it mean for our health ?


Les travaux du LEESU sur les microplastiques sont cités à deux reprises dans cet article en ligne

Tap water is widely contaminated by plastic

The scale of global microplastic contamination is only starting to become clear, with studies in Germany finding fibres and fragments in all of the 24 beer brands they tested, as well as in honey and sugar. In Paris in 2015, researchers discovered microplastic falling from the air, which they estimated deposits three to 10 tonnes of fibres on the city each year, and that it was also present in the air in people’s homes.

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“We really think that the lakes [and other water bodies] can be contaminated by cumulative atmospheric inputs,” said Johnny Gasperi, at the University Paris-Est Créteil, who did the Paris studies. “What we observed in Paris tends to demonstrate that a huge amount of fibres are present in atmospheric fallout.”

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Voir en ligne : The Guardian : Plastic fibres found in tap water around the world, study reveals