Thai Union volunteers remove ocean-bound rubbish for World Oceans Day

Thai Union World Oceans Day 2024

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Thai Union’s global clean-up programme for World Oceans Day 2024 saw teams collect more than 11 tonnes of rubbish from nine sites including mangroves, rivers, beaches and cities in Thailand, two sites in the US, Ghana, the UK, Norway, the Netherlands, France and Italy. Among the most common items collected were plastic bags, plastic bottles, foam, old fishing gear, and over 10,000 cigarette butts.

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