A Guide to Taking Care of Your Local Beach

Visiting the local beach is a fun way to spend the day, but how can you help to protect your nearest coastline from pollution? Astonishingly, around 8 million pieces of rubbish enter the sea every day, and 37% of this waste comes directly from the public. What’s more, the amount of litter on UK shores has doubled over the past 15 years, so it’s important now more than ever to look after local coastlines.

Whether you want to set up a community beach clean or you just want to make a few changes to the way you shop, follow our Guide to Taking Care of Your Local Beach and you will have a positive impact on marine life in Britain.

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