Here is an excerpt from the article written by the CEO of Cardlay, Jørgen Christian Juul:
"...in an interview with Finextra, Michael Donald, Founder and CEO of ImageNPay, discussed that around 5.7 million tonnes of plastic cards end up in landfills each year, where it takes them decades to break down into microplastics. These can then end up being ingested by humans and wildlife, leading to a range of potential health issues as discussed by the Washington Post, from reproductive harm and organ problems to obesity and developmental delays in children."
Read the full article here: The plastic card payment pollution problem: What it is and how to solve it
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