The Who's Who in Ocean-Bound Plastics

Recycling of ocean plastic (OP) and ocean-bound plastic (OBP) has received heightened attention from brands looking to sell products to well-intentioned consumers wanting to keep plastics out of the oceans. "OBP" refers to plastic that has been captured before entering the ocean and should not be co...

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