The value of waste

Many plastic fibres may be released in the wastewater when we wash synthetic clothes. These micro-sized fibres are difficult to remove in conventional wastewater treatment plants, and now these fibres are among the most common type of microplastics found in lakes and streams. Prof. Marcel […]

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Interview with FEE

Alicia talks about our project with the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) in an interview today. Read the “Interview with PhD Researcher Alicia Mateos Cárdenas” and find out what Alicia’s research is about, what she hopes to accomplish, and where results are published. Find more […]

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Article in Coast Monkey

A new article on our research project has been published in Coast Monkey. “If we want to understand the impact of microplastics, and especially fibres, we need to get a better understanding of how microplastics are passed on in the food chain.” Read the full […]

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