Macroplastic vs. Microplastic
Difference Between Macroplastic and Microplastic
Relatively large particles of plastic found especially in the marine environment (typically more than about 5 mm)
A tiny plastic piece, fragment, or fiber, especially one that measures less than 5 millimeters in length or diameter.
Small particles of plastic (typically less than 5 mm) produced by the degradation of plastic products, found in high levels in the marine environment and increasingly throughout all environments and in food and drinks.