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Study estimates up to 35,000 tons of plastic floating in open ocean
Plastic may seem like your friend, but is it really your frenemy? >>
New #greenliving blog! What plastics can and can't be recycled in Australia >>
Find out the bad news about plastic recycling and more #facts in this blog >>
Wondering what bin to put your plastic rubbish in? Find out >>
The recycling symbol on your plastic container might not mean with you think it does…
Ever wondered what the recycling symbol on your plastic container meant?
Knowing how to recycle plastic is the first step to reducing plastic pollution you create >>
Hey, you. Yeah, you with the plastic takeaway container and coffee cup. Read this >>
Plastics Don't Disappear, But They Do End Up In Seabirds' Bellies via @nprnews
Check out some scary #plastic facts in our new #blog >> << & RT to share with friends!
It's pretty easy to hate on plastics. Here's what you can do about this massive problem >>
Why is it important to recycle plastic? >> << Read more and RT!
Get your head around this: nearly every piece of plastic ever made still exists today. Here's what you can do >>
RT @isobelmarasigan: 'Just remember; don't eat plastic, it'll make you heaps dead.' Love this @GreenpeaceNZ #WorldOceansDay #BeachedAz
RT @IrinaGreenVoice: To a sea turtle, a floating plastic bag looks like a jellyfish meal. You see the difference, a turtle does not...
What do you think about this idea? Pharrell is making jeans out of recycled ocean plastic via @grist
RT @DianeN56: Plastic ingestion by seabirds is worse than you thought - Conservation RT @Seabirders
Handy reminder from the ocean on why we must #UseLessPlastic via @Upworthy #microplastics #trashvortex #plastic
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