MVPs

Most Visible Plastics

These are some of the Most Visible Plastics when we’re out collecting pollution from beaches and watersheds. Click through for our posts with reduce, reuse, and rethink solutions for each of these MVPs. 

Bottle caps, styrofoam and child’s items found at Point No Point, WA Photo © Liesl Clark

Plastic Bottle Caps

Pens Recovered on Puget Sound Beaches Photo © Liesl Clark

Pens

Plastic straws recovered from Point No Point and Schel-Chelb Estuary, WA Photo © Liesl Clark

Straws

Lighters Recovered from Puget Sound Beaches Photo © Liesl Clark

Lighters

Single-Use Bottled Water Photo © Liesl Clark

Plastic Bottles

Potato Chip Bag Photo © Liesl Clark

Chip Bags

Plastic Coffee Stirrers Photo © Liesl Clark

Coffee Stirrers

Wooden Golf Tees Photo © Liesl Clark

Golf Tees

Single-Use Toothbrushes Photo © Liesl Clark

Toothbrushes

Plastic Mesh Produce Basket Photo © Liesl Clark

Plastic Mesh Produce Baskets

Want to learn more about the common plastics washing up on our beaches? We’ve developed an app at Trash Backwards intended to provide solutions to the problem of plastics in our waters. You can input any item and find a reduce, reuse, recycle option for it and divert it from our waters. Here’s where you’ll find more in-depth information about beach plastics:

Click Through To Learn More About Beach Plastics at Trash Backwards

Click Through To Learn More About Beach Plastics at Trash Backwards

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