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Clean up of nurdle-polluted Southampton Chessel Bay nature reserve
by Stephen Stafford, BBC News

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18 March 2023

On 18 March 2023 BBC News reported: A nature reserve in Southampton [England] is one of the worst cases of micro plastics pollution in the country, environmental campaigners have said. Chessel Bay on the banks of the River Itchen has been blighted by millions of nurdles, plastic pellets washed ashore. The site is being cleaned by not-for-profit company using its specially-designed machinery. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

The company and volunteers are using specially-designed vacuum cleaners to suck up and filter the nurdles -- tiny pellets used in the manufacture of plastic products -- without causing damage to the surrounding plants and habitats.

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