Biodegradable plastic does not decay at the ocean

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Accumulation of plastic waste in the ocean — one of the main environmental problems. The bottles which have got to the ocean, can keep decades the initial form, and then break up to microplastic. To solve a problem, biodegradable plastic which is used including in the textile industry was developed. But, according to new research of scientists from Institutes Skripps's oceanography Californian university in San Diego, allegedly eco-friendly substitutes of plastic remain invariable in the marine environment of at least 14 months. In recent years substitutes were developed...
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