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KNOW YOUR TRASH! (include this in your participant briefing) Trash Classification
Shoreline and Recreational activities
BAGS Small bags e.g. grocery, trash and food bags Small bags e.g. grocery, trash and food bags
Beverage Bottles (plastic), Beverage Cans Beverage Bottles (plastic), Beverage Cans Shoreline and Recreational activities
Straws, Caps / Lids, Food Wrappers Straws, Caps / Lids, Food Wrappers
Shoreline and Recreational activities Clothing / Cloth All forms of clothing – shirts, pants, socks, underwear, gloves, hats, shoes, etc
Shoreline and Recreational activities
Cups / Plates / Forks / Knives / Spoons Cups / Plates / Forks / Knives / Spoons
Shoreline and Recreational activities Fast Food Containers Fast Food Containers Wrapping & packaging materials from foods, including snack foods, candy & fast food
Bait Containers / Packing Bait Containers / Packing Includes any bait boxes, bait bags or bait cups used to hold bait.
Fishing Nets Fishing Nets
Ocean/Waterway activities Rope
Cigarette Lighters Cigarette Lighters
Smoking-related activities Cigarette Packaging Cigarette Packaging
Dumping Activities Tyres Tyres
Dumping Activities Appliances (fridge, washers, etc) Appliances (fridge, washers, etc)
Debris items of Local Concern
Styrofoam pieces Styrofoam pieces
Debris items of Local Concern Rubber Bands Rubber Bands
Debris items of Local Concern Mattresses Mattresses
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