The Week In Plastic

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Seasonal Rubbish In Bali

The scene on the beach is sadly not all that shocking. But what is shocking is the fact that this is now just an expected event, something that on the paradise island of Bali is just considered normal, and they get on and deal with as best they can. What this means is there is so much trash floating around offshore of Indonesia in general, that as soon as those seasonal winds swing into their winter onshore direction, it all gets dumped on the beaches for a few months. Pretty devastating, and whilst the local government get on it and do an amazing job, it’s the source that needs to be tackled now more than ever.

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Real Madrid

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Getting statements like this out to huge audiences is pretty incredible, although as loads of folk have said, I dare say there was a lot of single use plastic for sale in this ground, but awareness and education is everything.

Imagine if every strip was made from bottles from the ocean, that would be something, they sell approaching 3 million a year.

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