New research released the previous week of September has discovered a single plastic teabag releases about 11.6 billion microplastic and 3.1 billion nanoplastic particles to the water in brewing temperature.
Many doses of the micro- and nanoplastics released from the teabags and
discovered that although the animals lived, they did show some”anatomical and
Effects of the particles on small aquatic organisms called Daphnia
magna, or water fleas, which are model organisms utilized in ecological studies.
They handled water fleas with
Researchers in Canada’s McGill University discovered that the
Used teabags were shedding micro- and nano-sized particles of plastic.
Released at Tue, 08 October 2019 16:55:43 +0000
Teabags in water to simulate brewing tea.
Then, they heated the drained