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Monday, 21 July 2014

Post script to previous post

Have just read  this article about plastic in the sea and noted that:  "The Lego isn't a one-off thing - it happens all the time. There's a certain type of cigarette lighter that's from a container spill more than 20 years ago which is still washing up on Cornish beaches today" so maybe that was where all those lighters I noticed on Chesil Beach earlier this year came from?

There's simply no end to the rubbish in our world is there?


  1. yep, lighters on Berrow sands too.

  2. There's an unbelievable amount of rubbish in the seas, it's tragic. The bits that wash up are the tiniest tip of a massive iceberg I think.

  3. And what about 'Space Junk' floating around in outer space? All those 'disposable' items come back to haunt us.


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