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"A lot of people are eating seafood all the time, and fish are eating plastic all the time, so I think that's a problem," says a marine toxicologist. iStockphoto hide caption

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PlastiPure helps manufacturers create water bottles and other plastic products that have no estrogenic activity. PlastiPure hide caption

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