We are Eating a Credit Card’s Worth of Plastic Each Week

A new study conducted by the University of Newcastle in Australia combined data from more than 50 studies on the ingestion of microplastics by people. The conclusion: Each of us is eating about 2,000 tiny pieces of plastic a week, the equivalent weight of a credit card.

Let’s get waste plastic out of the waste stream and put it where it can not only do no more harm but can actually do some good — in Plastic Roads. Plastic Roads are better roads when compared with conventional roads, and they sequester plastic so it cannot leach into the environment. They have proven successful in a dozen other countries. Please DONATE NOW at fundrazr.com/b1aml7?ref=ab_f8dpN3 to help bring Plastic Roads to this country.