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According to the UN Environment Program (UNEP), “plastic pollution is present everywhere, from the beaches of Indonesia to the bottom of the ocean at the North Pole, and is moving up the food chain to reach our tables.  It should be noted that pollution increased exponentially, since in 1950 two million tons of plastic were registered, however in 2017 the figure increased to 248 million. Currently, it is estimated that around 13 million tonnes of plastic end up in the ocean each year and this is projected to double by 2030.

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