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Think Twice About What Happened to the Balloons from Your Last Party

2018-02-14 01:38:37| AutomotiveDigest.com - Automotive Industry News

Why should automotive people care about Balloons? Balloons are hazards when they enter the environment All released balloons return to Earth as ugly litter Even those marketed as biodegradable latex Balloons return to the land and sea everywhere Balloons are frequently mistaken for food and eaten by animals. More Significance Reason we need to care & act: One in 20 of seabirds encounter or eat balloons Even latex balloons marketed as biodegradable Balloons contain environmentally damaging chemicals and plastics. Helium that inflates balloons should be preserved for high tech use Mylar balloons also get into electrical wires

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