New York City Eyes Broad Microbead Ban With Narrow Phase-Out Window
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The New York City Council's Int. 928 is similar in spirit to legislation passed or under consideration in other states, but worded in a way that could ban plastic microbead-containing cosmetics that have not been targeted elsewhere, as well as "hundreds" of personal-care and OTC drug products that do not even contain microbeads.
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