|Title||'Almost all' microbeads phased-out in Australian cosmetics|
|Date||2018-12-20 PM 5:51:01||Hit||650|
Australia says "almost all" microbeads have been phased out of cosmetic and personal care products, following the industry's voluntary 1 July deadline.
The government issued a statement on 7 December after Australia’s eighth Meeting of Environment Ministers. The MEM comprises the Commonwealth Minister for the Environment and Energy and the environment minister from each Australian state and territory.
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