#5 Villain of the Beach Clean Ups
Clean Beach Initiative Blog
by Clean-Beach-Initiative_2020
11M ago
Now, when we say fishing equipment, we do not mean the fishing industry in general. That is a whole other kettle of fish! We are talking about discarded or broken fishing lines that are left on the beach from beach fishing.  For those of you who don’t know much about fishing lines, the most popular line is made of monofilament, which is a strong and flexible plastic. It’s estimated that the monolinement takes up to 500-600 years to biodegrade. This beach villain has a similar history to Slipknot – no, not the rock band – we are talking about the notorious felon from the suicide squad. T ..read more
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#4 Villain of the Beach Clean Ups
Clean Beach Initiative Blog
by Clean-Beach-Initiative_2020
11M ago
Caz Tomisson Dedicated volunteer and secret super hero. Clean Beach Initiative volunteers find a lot of straws on the beach in Barcelona, especially during the sunnier months. They are easy to see due to their glow-stick-like neon colour. We are veeeery aware that straws are a villain, but which one would this evil plastic perpetrator be? It would be Marvel Comics‘ very own Thanos, and here is why! Thanos seems to be pretty much indestructible, which is true of straws (and, as you now know, all plastics – but one villain at a time please). Sucking the life out of the wildlife Tha ..read more
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