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    "Plastics draw on finite fossil fuels. They persist in the environment. They're suffused with harmful chemicals. They're accumulating in landfills. They're not being adequately recycled. In short, they exemplify shortsighted thinking about the long-term impacts of manufactured materials and represent and unsustainable wasting of resources. Environmentalists have been making that case for years. Now even the plastics industry is coming to the same conclusion."

     

    Susan Freinkel, "Plastic: A Toxic Love Story," p. 208

     

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