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Survey: who is to blame for plastic waste?

Michael O’Donnell.

Surfers Against Sewage claim: ‘Each year more than a million sea birds are killed by plastic pollution.’

Despite this, the UK currently uses approximately five million tonnes of plastic annually.

Waste and Resources Action Programme UK (WRAP) claims that in one year a household can produce an average of 55 kilograms of plastic alone.

The Campbeltown Courier took to the streets and asked: ‘What would you do to lessen the use of plastics?’

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