We are testing in Louisiana and have done micro plastic testing before. Our materials, are micros...
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by Crescents22 |
February 23, 2022 19:49 |
We are testing in Louisiana and have done micro plastic testing before. Our materials, are microscopes, filters, Flasks, stereoscope.
Yes, it does vary by locations. The different pvc plants will often get powdered pvc in and mix it get the compound they want. So the railroad tracks and other distribution routes have the possibility of spills. That's before any spills around the plants.
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