Research should be done on the subject, but all the hysteria is highly unwarranted. We don't yet know the effects of micro-plastics on the human body as of yet, and jumping to conclusions isn't going to solve anything, especially of we don't know the problem yet. Once we have some solid answers then we should act. When hat time comes it should be WHO who should act first, as it is their duty to protect the health of all humans to the fullest extent of their abilities. By urging companies to invest in better equipment WHO could flip the issue on its head and change the way people view these companies.
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The research warrants that there is a possible serious health concern emerging with bottled water because of the extravagant amount of companies that are bottling microplastics into the water. The need for change needs to come from the bottled water companies, but seeing their reactions to the issue at hand and their disassociation of it rather than a willingness to fix makes this seem like a government regulation should be the action taken. Because microplastics is a new discovery and not much research has been done, there should be more research on the effects on human health the environment and better regulations regarding microplastics on bottled water companies.
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Bottled water companies are who should be warranted by the research on microplastics because only 17 bottles were plastic free out of 259 in a study. Another study was done by putting NIle red dye in water to see if the particles would glow. This made Nestle very offended and they suggested that the results were a false postive. The only way to fix this is if some sort of law was passed banning companies from putting microplastic in the water. Not a lot can be done because microplastics are in the air and on peoples clothing so plastic will get in the water either way.
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The WHO released data on a study they held on the micro plastics that they found in bottled water. The data revealed that people across the globe are consuming micro partials daily and many of the companies bottling the water either had no reply or they went like Nestle's reply saying the studies use of red dye could "generate false positives." The real question is are the plastics that have been found in the bottled beverages harmful to the human body and if they are how are we going to prevent the plastics from getting into out drinking water, the WHO needs to conduct these types of studies to ensure that we are safe from any unseen threat in our water.
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Micro plastics are more common in bottled water, rather than tap water. The World Health organization has recently announced the potential risks of plastic in drinking water, which can be found in the most common water bottle brands. They are researching this to make sure that drinking bottled water or even tap water is save for you. Out of 259 bottles tested, only 17 were found plastic free. They believe the plastic is coming from the bottle caps off of the water bottles, because that is the most common plastic found in them. The World Health Organization should act and try making items not plastic. They should start making things out of paper more to not only save us, but to save the environment. It is an emerging area of concern that should be acted upon. Plastic microfibers are airborne, which means they can be spread throughout and outside of factories where all the water bottles are made. We also have marine specialists working on this case to get rid of the amounts of plastic in the world.
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The World Health Organization's research has showed that micro plastics are more common than thought and pose as a serious risk. Out of the 259 water bottles tested, only 17 were plastic free and some had concentrations as high as 10,000 plastic pieces per liter. The emerging evidence pushed major companies to defend their products. Nestle calls the research incomplete and states that the test could "generate false positives". The companies called upon by the research should be responsible for testing their products, conducting their own research, and making a change to their products with those results.
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According to the article by Graham Readfearn, the issue of micro plastics contaminating our bottled water is a big and emerging issue. The article states that in bottled water there are "325 plastic particles for every liter" of water being sold. Something must be done about this problem, but the question is what and by who? Water companies should be held accountable by the government for what they let into their products. They should have to take steps and figure out ways in order to minimize the amount of plastic sneaking into the water that people buy. This should be done in collaboration with WHO to ensure the company is really attempting to ensure the safety of their drinks. Allowing people to continue consuming the contaminated water could prove dangerous in the near future, and so changes must be made in order to correct things.
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There should be an attention put on the research over microplastics found in bottled water. Although there is not yet any evidence on the impact they have on health it is an emerging point of concern that it will cause major health problems down the road. Since there is such a concern about whether or not the microplastics will cause health issues the makers of the bottle water should do research on how to make the bottles with as little microplastics as possible. As well as the World Heath Organization to make sure they do everything they can to make the bottles with little to no microplastics. They can do this by conducting their own research on how to make the bottles better and to test the bottles to make sure the companies are making the bottles a better way.
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The research in microplastics should be investigated deeper for the potential risks of plastics in drinking water. I believe the government should act by placing laws in water bottler companies to check and limit the amount of plastics that sneak into the purified water in the first place. The World Health Organization (WHO) obviously sees the risk being ran by the observations they made and the tests they performed in bottled water. Although there is no evidence on the impacts on human health, this issue should not be neglected and taken lightly.
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The World Health Organization has recognized that more than 90% of bottled water they sampled has microplastic in it. This has been recognized as a world health concern. Though they are not sure how the plastic affects the human body yet A World Health Organization spokesman said that it was "an emerging area of concern." This microplastic pollution has also been noticed in the oceans. This causes problems for marine life just as it does for us in our bottled water.
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A huge response should be warranted on micro-plastic because it is so unhealthy. Evidence on impacts of human health are an emerging area of concern. Not only can toxic chemicals in microplastics hurt humans, they also cause end-of-life exposure to marine animals. We need more research to prove that all microplastics have to be taken out of water. We must act to sop the spread of microplastics. Microplastics could kill much wildlife in the future. This means we have to be on top of it before it does hurt our ecosystem. Government programs need to be in place to stop the spread. Plastic fibers are easily airborne, so we need to step up and place strict regulations on how our water is produced and bottled.
According to the World Health organizations 90 percent of water bottle brands contain tiny pieces of plastic. They commissioned scientist based at the state university of New York. There is roughly twice as many plastic particles in bottled water compared to tap water. This is seen a an emerging area of concern for the WHO. The WHO should take matters into there hands and try an make a regulation of how many plastic particles can be in a single bottle. Consuming plastic isn't healthy so it is a case that they could win if need be. There is an epidemic of the amount of plastic consumers are drinking.
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There has been an abundant amount of micro-plastics found in bottled water, and the companies need to do something about it. Graham Readfearn researched the World Health Organization and found out that there is an average of 325 plastic particles for every liter of water sold. This is an outstanding number of micro-plastics found in water that is being sold to millions of people. When the companies were asked about it, there response was that the tests produced only "false positives". What needs to be done is that the companies that produce plastic bottled water need to cleanse their water before bottling them, or use a different, safer type of plastic to contain the liquid. A possible reason for the high micro-plastic count in water is it coming from an airborne source within the factories. If this is the case, then regulations should be put on the companies' factories to prevent this from happening.
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Microplastics are in 90 percent of our water bottles and they need to be resolved by the companies that make bottled water. On average about 325 particles were found in every liter of water that was on the market and that as out of 19 locations and 11 different brands. They tested the bottles of water with a Nile red dye that was used to fluoresce the little particles. Companies think that the particles fly in from our clothes and the air around us, and the packing process. The longer the bottle sits the more particles were in the bottle and most of the particles were the same material as the lid of the bottle.
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The response that is warranted by the research involving micro plastics in water bottles should be how do they plan on fixing this situation. According to the article they are finding the same plastic in water bottle caps in the water. A spokesman for the World Health Organization said no evidence has came up for what it is doing to our health but the issue is emerging. Nestle has responded by criticizing the methods behind finding the micro plastics in the water. Most companies have willing said they have a strict filtration system.
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The response warranted by the researched on micro plastics should be reassuring to the public. This is so that panic and boycott on bottled water does not happen. The people who should act on this matter would be the water bottling companies who caused the microplastics to be in the water in the first place. In some cases the companies water was measured to have up to 10,000 plastic pieces per liter of water, and that is not acceptable. although the article states " there is not yet any evidence that it impacts human health." it is still a growing area of concern. This is believed to be true do to the fact that many animal species in our oceans are subjugated to the plastic pollution in the water. This results in a very unhealthy environment which often results in their death. With that being said the companies held responsible for the microplastics should be pressured into further increasing their ways of limiting the amounts of microplastics in our water to help protect and preserve human health.
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The response warranted by the research on microplastics should be the brands looking for ways to decrease microplastic levels. Abigail Barrows, who carried out the research for Story of Stuff, says that plastic microfibres are easily airborne. This means that they can be getting into the water from inside of the factory, too. Companies, like Nestle Pure Life, should be looking into ways to decrease the chance of that happening. Barrows said they can be coming from fans or clothing. Getting different fans or a new uniform material could be helpful in decreasing microplastic levels.
Studies conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) proving that 90% of water bottles contain micro-plastics is definitely a cause for concern. Marine life are exposed to plastic intake. These plastics are toxic in most cases and otherwise lead to death. Simple solutions for bottled water manufacturers would be step up in regards to health safety. These plastics are ending up in the water due to the close exposure to plastics in the factory. Moving the water distribution to a separate part of the factory would get rid of this problem completely.
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Recently the World Heath Organization has released that they have a new concern with plastic water bottles. They have found tiny pieces of plastic in them called microplastics. These microplastics are found throughout 90% of waterbottles from popular brands. The appropriate response towards finding microplastics in most water bottles would be for the company to find the cause of the microplastics and prevent them from getting into the bottles.
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A new study realveiled that atleast 90% of bottled water coaintains tiny peices of plastic called microplastics.The response from the recent findings have gave an area of concern on if these microplastics are safe in our water. There is no evidence to prove that if this is safe. The FDA should act on this issue and to prevent these microplastics from getting into the bottled water.
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