Some scientists have estimated the average person might eat 5 grams of microplastics in a week—about the weight of a credit card. Another study breaks that down to up to 52,000 particles annually from various food sources. — https://www.bonappetit.com/story/microplastics-food
what about the massive garbage dump in the Pacific? I understand that its now big enough to see from space. Yet no one, no country, no business is interested in picking it up. Seriously, the majority of that mid ocean dump must be recyclable, so why is everyone pretending its nonexistent?