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How plastic toothbrush became a part of the plastic crisis

Did you know plastic toothbrushes are made from a combination of plastic material derived from crude oil and rubber!

According to the National Geographic, A billion plastic toothbrushes will be thrown away in the U.S this year. They end up in oceans and washed up on beaches or consumed by marine life, harming them, and potentially killing them. Plastic toothbrushes remain in landfills indefinitely. A lot of the plastic gets broken down into smaller pieces. These small pieces end up being ingested by marine life and could even end up in your meal!!

Be part of the solution and switch to sustainable toothbrush. Let us change the world, one toothbrush at the time. We have only ONE planet. There is NO planet B.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2019/06/story-of-plastic-toothbrushes/

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