Plastic rain is the new acid rain 

Posted on July 1, 2020 by DrRossH in Plastic Waste News

Source: Plastic rain is the new acid rain | Ars Technica


Hoof it through the national parks of the western United States—Joshua Tree, the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon—and breathe deep the pristine air. These are unspoiled lands, collectively a great American conservation story. Yet an invisible menace is actually blowing through the air and falling via raindrops: Microplastic particles, tiny chunks (by definition, less than 5 millimeters long) of fragmented plastic bottles and microfibers that fray from clothes, all pollutants that get caught up in Earth’s atmospheric systems and deposited in the wilderness.

Ddn’t someone say this a while ago – “Lord forgive then for they know not what they do”         But nowadays we well know what we are doing so stop this madness,