Some of the sharks in Raja Ampat.
Post typhoon beach cleanup Saturday July 28th 11am
"There has been an horrendous spill of tiny preproduction plastic pellets totalling in excess of 5000 kg which we ( Including City Management, EPD, FEHD, Marine Dept) have been trying to clear off the beach before they are washed back in the sea. On Saturday we want to clear as much of the ‘other’ plastics washed ashore which includes an abundance of single use disposable plastics. It is always dreadful the amount of plastic that is deposited on the beach after a typhoon."
Video about this disaster:
Plastic Disaster Hong Kong
There were 6 containers, which contained plastic pellets, dropped into ocean.
I went to clean the bags left underwater.
We found six bags on that day.
發佈者： Bill Wong 於 下午9:19