Plastics products are often thought of as a huge contributor to litter. The Ocean Conservancy keeps track of International Coastal Cleanup. More than 500,000 volunteers picked up picked up 10.1 million pounds of trash along 17,719 miles of coastline last year alone. This amount is the third highest in the 27-year history of the Coastal Cleanup. While many would assume that plastic products take the cake for the types of trash that are found, in reality cigarette butts and filters are No. 1 of the top 10 items found. Second are food wrappers/containers, then plastic beverage bottles and plastic bags.
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