Plastic Island – a collection of junk

The term ‘plastic beach’ is the term being used to describe a selection of once idyllic white sandy beaches turned into rubbish tips of plastic flotsam including plastic bottles, bags, tyres, rusting petrol cans, and other waste from around the world.

Kamilo Beach on the island of Hawaii is one such beach.

A form of natural art from man-made waste products it may be, it has had horrendous consequences for the environment and the local wildlife.

A collection of plastic rubbish turns into art


Uptake, [last accessed 17 October 2012]

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