Let's turn the tide on plastic: Beauty spots across Britain are scarred with thousands of pieces of waste leading to calls for a plastic tax and a bottle deposit scheme



Washed up by the tide, ugly piles of discarded bottles scar an otherwise magnificent beach.
The appalling scene at Compton on the Isle of Wight is testament to a throwaway culture that has left our beauty spots choking in plastic.
Nearly 1,000 pieces of litter are discarded for every 100 metres of coastline – with single-use containers most at fault.
And the volume of rubbish has soared 10 per cent in the past year, according to an audit by the Marine Conservation Society. The charity demanded a plastics tax as:
Two supermarkets joined calls for a deposit and return scheme for disposable... read more

 
30 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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