Australian Ministers Confirm Phase-out of Microbeads in Cosmetics

The Meeting of State Environment Ministers (MEM) recently took place and as part of an overall action plan on waste management have reaffirmed their commitment to the complete phase-out of solid plastic microbeads in cosmetics and personal care products.    Source:  Plastic microbeads

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