Thank you to Lauren Smith, founder of PolyGone Technologies, for sharing your story with us. PolyGone Technologies is developing innovative methods to capture microfibres within the washing machine and beyond - saving you from eating your dirty laundry.
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PolyGone Technologies is a cleantech startup solving microplastic pollution by preventing the release of the largest contributor - microfibres. These plastic threads are released during the washing of synthetic textiles and have been found in 83% of the world's tap water. Lauren, and her team at PolyGone Technologies, is working to capture microfibres before they enter waterways, before they collect pollutants, and before they enter our food.
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