5 things to know about Congress' vote to ban microbeads
After years of mounting evidence that microplastics — the tiny exfoliating plastic bits used in many soaps and cosmetics — are environmentally hazardous, the rules may soon change. On Dec. 8, the United States House of Representatives approved a bill called the Microbead Free Waters Act. If it is passed by the Senate, the bill will ban companies in the U.S. from making and selling personal care products that contain these tiny pieces of plastic.
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