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Plastic Polluted Ocean


Little Things Add Up

Waste: Image

Every piece of plastic ever made still exists, and will for centuries to come. The amount of waste, particularly plastic, piling up on this planet is a crisis. Off the coast of California, there is a trash island that is twice the size of Texas (the largest of these islands in the world, of which there are five). There, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the number of floating plastic pieces alone outnumbers total marine life six to one in the immediate vicinity (that’s not even including the non-plastic products). By 2050 there will be, by weight, more plastic in ocean waters than fish. This is equally problematic on land: Plastics are rarely recycled and instead sent after single-uses to the dump where their chemicals spread into groundwater and lead to an array of issues and collateral damage to humans, wildlife, and the environment. When they’re not piling up here, they’re blocking storm drains, littering streets, and breaking down intro micro plastics which proceed to find their way into the bodies of all living things - even into the bloodstreams of fetuses. Choosing non-plastic, low-waste, and no-waste packaging is crucial to our health and the health of the planet.

Waste: Text
Waste: What We Do
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