News Feature | April 29, 2022

Vegetable Ally Could Turn The Tide In War Against Microplastics

Source: KLa Systems
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Recent university research has identified an unlikely tool for battling one of source water’s most challenging nemeses.

“According to new research from scientists at Tarleton State University in Texas, okra — you know, the green, finger-shaped pod that is often added to delicious dishes like gumbo and soup — is a valuable weapon in the fight to get microplastics out of our drinking water,” The Optimist Daily reported.

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