Trash along Harrisburg’s 3rd Street is building in storm water assets

February 12, 2020

Excessive amounts of garbage have been collecting in storm water assets along 3rd Street. “This was all full of trash, not just from a day or so,” said Elizabeth Hall, a resident of the Midtown area. “There is no reason why, once a week, they can’t come here with a crew and pick up the …

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Ocean Conservancy Continues The Fight Against Plastic Waste With A Pledge To Quit The Cutlery Campaign

February 11, 2020

People are fed up with plastic. They’re refusing plastic straws, bringing their own grocery bags and carrying reusable water bottles. And now Ocean Conservancy is joining the growing chorus against plastic waste by asking people to Pledge to Quit the Cutlery. Single use plastic forks, knives and spoons do not get recycled even when you …

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The Guys Who Sell Ocean Plastic Bracelets Are Closing in on 8 Million Pounds of Waste Pulled From the Sea

February 4, 2020

If you’ve ever liked or supported a page on Facebook that has to do with plastic pollution, you may have seen an advertisement for a $20 dollar bracelet made of plastic yanked from the ocean. 4ocean removes one pound of trash from the world’s oceans per bracelet purchased, and after a long almost 3 year …

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