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Plastic Pollution

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Well just recycle them, it, whatever.

World problems need to be sorted not the affecting results.

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Spent a bit of time in BKK last week. The river was appalling. A lot of plastic pollution and quite a few dead fish floating around.

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If manufacturers/providers stopped their insistence on passing their pollutants to me. I wouldn't have a problem. 90% (+) of the total content of my bins comes from such sources. Yet the pushers get a pass.

 

By comparison, If it was a drug problem there would be (deserved) condemnation if the users were mandatorily executed whilst the pushers walked free.

 

Recycling is a joke without an infrastructure to effectively recycle without a massive carbon footprint.

 

I hate to see the damage plastic pollution causes to the environment and innocent wildlife. Yet I'm of an age that I remember when plastics were promoted to 'save the trees'. When stopping third world countries trying to make them extinct would have been a much better idea.

 

Presently I do what I can, but that's SFA in the overall scheme of things. But it's done in a pragmatic way.

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