Stormwater is a Significant Contributor of Microplastic Particles in San Francisco Bay

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Stormwater is a Significant Contributor of Microplastic Particles in San Francisco Bay, California, according to October 3 and 4, 2019 news releases of the San Francisco Estuary Institute (SFEI) https://www.sfei.org/#block-views-169312bac89a58920e6e28f1c0b96b99 which notes that Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, the Guardian and Los Angeles Times carried stories about the Institute’s October 2 symposium “Science and Solutions for Microplastic Pollution” https://www.sfei.org/sites/default/files/toolbox/MicroplasticsAgendaForOct%202_v5d.pdf which addressed “… the pervasive presence of microplastics in our surface waters …” – Summarized by Jack Cooper of the Animal Digestible Food Packaging Initiative www.adfpi.orgJLC@adfpi.org – Text to 301 384 8287 #SingleUsePlastics #FoodPackaging #PlasticWaste #PlasticPackaging #MicroPlastic #NanoPlastic​​ic​​