Great Lakes plagued by tiny plastic beads

We posted this on July 30, 2013, Initial samples from several Great Lakes are teeming with abrasive “microbeads,” or tiny bits of polyethylene plastic commonly used as exfoliants in face soaps, body washes, toothpastes and other personal care products more@sacbee  14:32

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