HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR NATURE TO GET RID OF A CIGARETTE BUTTS?

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    Traditional cigarette butts never degrade – they are made of “synthetic polymer cellulose acetate,” which only begins to break apart after 12 years. When tossed in water, they release cadmium, arsenic, and lead which can end up in the marine life and water supply. Like plastic bags, they are loaded with toxic chemicals that will remain on our planet for a long time.

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