A more familiar image of marine waste – a Greenpeace survey revealed that two-thirds of Hongkongers did not know that microbeads constituted marine pollutants. Photo: Tessa Chan

The tiny plastic pollutants that end up on your dinner plate

Environmental experts say Hong Kong should follow the US and ban microbeads, so why is the government standing firm in its refusal to regulate the particles?

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A more familiar image of marine waste – a Greenpeace survey revealed that two-thirds of Hongkongers did not know that microbeads constituted marine pollutants. Photo: Tessa Chan
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