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Plastic often end up in the oceans where sea turtle, whales, birds and fish mistakenly consume it. 

According to the Ocean Conservancy, plastic has been found in 59% of seabirds such as albatrosses and pelicans, 100% of sea turtle species, and more than 25% of fish sold in fish markets around the world.

Even proper disposal realeases extremely toxic dioxins. Dioxins leach out of the air with rain, contaminating soils, farmland, and waterways.

Even small amounts of these plastic chemical additives and byproduct emissions found in the air, food, and water can damage the immune and reproductive systems, cause cancer, impair mental function, and lead to developmental delays. 

They can lead to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, porphyria, endometriosis, premature menopause, alteration of testosterone and thyroid hormones, and altered immune system response, among others.

Once Dioxin is in the ecosystem it is almost impossible to remove!