Evaluation of Monitoring Technologies and Methods for Micro Plastics in Water as Novel Pollutants The Exploration of Accurate Quantitative Analysis and Efficient Screening

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Ke Hu
Dongdong Li
Xiaolei Cui
Donghua Hu
Junliang Chen
Shaopeng Zhuan
Hao Chang
Yaping Zhang
Tingting An
Juqin Zhang


Micro plastics have recently emerged as a major biohazard that has a considerable impact on the environment. Moreover, of the detrimental capabilities of micro plastics, a hope of controlling efforts of micro plastics has been in the headlines. microplastics have gained notoriety due to their adverse effects on the environment and wildlife. Controlling these minuscule yet harmful particles requires effective monitoring, detection, and management strategies. This analysis delves into the diverse techniques and technologies available for tracking and mitigating microplastic pollution. Therefore, the following analysis has aimed at analysing the monitoring technologies and methods for micro plastics. Additionally, the monitoring methods are observed along with the advantages and disadvantages. For the development of the analysis, a secondary qualitative method was used in the process. Additionally, the graphical representation of the efforts for controlling the novel pollutant is analysed along with relevant problems. Hence, a coherent discussion is presented in the following analysis. This research contributes to the broader understanding of microplastic pollution and its monitoring while underlining the need for enhanced control measures. It provides a valuable resource for policymakers, environmentalists, and researchers working toward a cleaner, more sustainable environment. As microplastics continue to infiltrate ecosystems worldwide, comprehensive monitoring and control efforts are of paramount importance

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Special Issue - Scalability and Sustainability in Distributed Sensor Networks