A couple of things. For starters, the filters are not biodegradable, they contain a small amount of plastic, and will sit in a landfill (or in the gutter) for 10 to 15 years. Secondly, there is still a small amount of the tobacco left in a cigarette but, which contains harmful chemicals like arsenic and formaldehyde, which leach into the ground and into the water supply.
Its litter. You’re literally just throwing cigarettes on the ground making it someone else’s problem. Not only is it an environmental burden, but its a social annoyance and even a health burden when you don’t smother out the burning cigarette before you throw it on the ground.
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