27 Aug '16, 12pm

#DYK 80% of trash in the ocean is plastic? Let's reduce, reuse and recycle!

Common trash from consumer goods makes up the majority of what eventually becomes marine debris, polluting our waterways and oceans. Plastics in the aquatic environment are of increasing concern because of their persistence and effect on the environment, wildlife, and human health. EPA's Trash-Free Waters program is reducing the volume of trash entering U.S. waterways.

Full article: https://www.epa.gov/trash-free-waters

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  1. 28 Aug '16, 8am

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