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Garbage Paradise: Surfing The Maldives Infamous ‘Trash Island’

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One tenth of all the plastic we use ends up in the Ocean.

The Great Pacific garbage patch, also described as the Pacific trash vortex is an enormous gyrating whirlpool of marine debris that sits slap bang in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean. The super-sized pile of trash swirling under the water has collected at its apex to produce Thilafushi, a trash island almost completely made of garbage, in the centre of the Maldives

http://www.konbini.com/en/entertainment-2/maldives-trash-island/

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Author: Permacooking

Reducing food waste can be eco-friendly, easy, and delicious.

2 thoughts on “Garbage Paradise: Surfing The Maldives Infamous ‘Trash Island’

  1. How perfectly ghastly! I had made some post about the pollution and this one is new to me! Thanks!

  2. It’s shockingly bad!

    Thank you for commenting! 🙂

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