A beach clean at Champ Rouget, Chouet on 17 February 2008
This image shows the litter picked up along a 75 yard stretch of strandline at Champ Rouget on Guernsey's north-west coast.
The litter includes crisp packets, cigarette lighters, plastic bottles, beer cans, styrofoam pieces, plastic tray packaging, a shoe, nylon line, nylon twine, nylon rope, a plastic basket, tins, plastic yoghurt containers, plastic bottle lids, plastic containers, and plastic sheeting. Much of the litter appears to have come from shipping and fishing boats. There was a metal container from Tunisia.
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