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Tell Proctor & Gamble to Stop Putting Tiny Plastic Pellets in Its Products

Zachary Slobig

You know those facial products with the gritty scrubbing texture? If it's a Proctor & Gamble product, that stuff is actually tiny pieces of plastic. That junk runs down your drain and straight out into the watershed, polluting our rivers, lakes, and oceans and threatening our ecosystems and wildlife. There are responsible, bio-degradable options that P&G ought to be using. Take a minute to read the label next time you're in the drugstore and take two minutes to tell this company to stop this practice by following the URL below.

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