Abhishek Tanwar
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Nearly all β€” 98 percent β€” of cigarette 🚬filters are made of plastic fibers. The plastic, cellulose acetate, only degrades under severe biological circumstances, such as when filters collect in sewage. In practice, cigarette butts tossed on streets and beaches do not biodegrade. Even under optimal conditions, it can take at least nine months for a cigarette butt to decompose. Littered cigarette butts stick around for a long time and leach toxic chemicals β€” such as arsenic (used to kill rats) and lead, to name a few β€” into the environment, leading to land, water and air pollution. ----------- Humble request πŸ™ please put this cigarette buds in dustbin, So its decompose with all process and our environment will save for your future childern. ----------- Share this with your friends and spread this to all smokers. Please give your 1 sec to your planet Earth πŸ™ Stop throwing cigarette buds everywhere 🚭

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Location : Jaipur
4.25 mm f/1.7 200/1000 Sec ISO 173
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