Water UK welcomes microbead ban plan

September 2016
Utility Week;9/9/2016, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the welcome of the organization Water UK on the government's plan to ban the sale of cosmetic products that contain microbeads as early as 2017 in Great Britain.


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