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Swiss university study says high number of toxic chemicals in everyday plastic products / Swedish group reports plastics contamination in food chain of developing countries
Swiss researchers evaluated around 10,500 chemicals for a new study (Photo: ETH Zurich/Gian Marco Castelberg)Researchers at ETH Zurich University (Zur...
Published on 09.07.2021
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