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Toxic chemicals from various sources, such as industry and agriculture, and microplastics pose significant threats to both humans and the natural environment. These hazards stem from their ability to cause health problems, disrupt ecosystems, harm wildlife, and persist in the environment. Exposure to toxic chemicals can lead to a range of health issues in humans, from cancer to respiratory problems, and can contaminate water, soil, and air. Meanwhile, microplastics can contaminate oceans and terrestrial ecosystems, leading to harm for marine life and potentially impacting human health. These pollutants have the potential to alter the structure and functioning of ecosystems, disrupt food chains, and pose long-term risks, necessitating concerted efforts to reduce their release and mitigate their harmful effects.


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