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Water Pollution with Trash Disposal of Waste at the Garbage Beach

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Free, beautiful picture of waste pollution and trash disposal at the garbage beach of Malaysia.

The plastic bottles on this beach could be collected and send into recycling or waste management facility. The garbage on this beach alone is worth thousands of Euros. The pollution with trash comes to this beautiful Malaysian beach from the Chinese sea, where nature destruction is severe because water of rivers and the oceans is used for disposal of hazardous waste. The ocean becomes dirty and polluted.

This picture was created by my favorite friend epSos.de and can be used for free, if you link epSos.de as the original author of the image.

Sand of the beaches becomes toxic as the bottles are melting in the heat of the sun. This rubbish is not collected by anyone.

Recycling or at least collecting of this trash from the beach would improve the environmental situation and help to ease the global ecological destruction of the limited environment that is disappearing from the map.

Climate change and water pollution are very visible on this Malaysian beach that suffered deforestation and hazardous pollutants which polluted and contaminated nature with plastic junk.

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Cristina Negrini, KatJaTo, aenri88, and 81 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. carongill87 50 months ago | reply

    Great capture, such a shame that such a beautiful part of the world can be contaminated in this way.

  2. REFUSE-D Blog 49 months ago | reply

    Hi, there!

    Your picture has been featured at REFUSE-D Blog.
    Please let us know if you would like us to take it down instead.

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  3. lych-we 47 months ago | reply

    global problem.but good shot.

  4. ekoista 44 months ago | reply

    I used your photo on my website. Take a peek here www.wix.com/ekoista/ekoista1 .
    You really captured the conrast. Love it!

    Ania @ ekoista

  5. visualesco 40 months ago | reply

    Muito boa foto!
    (Very good)

  6. mollyqueen 38 months ago | reply

    Hi, It's a great pic. I used it on my website. Many thanks:Nóra

  7. Life at Abhi 32 months ago | reply

    This photo is a good sample in the flickr. It is awarded the flickr Award!

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    Please post the photo to flickr Award 5+ thread if you received 5 or more of this award

  8. Snemann 30 months ago | reply

    This truly is a global issue. I find the exact same kind of litter along the coastline in my part of the world.

  9. Mariah Sharp 22 months ago | reply

    What an awesome shot! I featured your picture on my blog here: www.environmental-watch.com/2013/01/03/ocean-of-plastic/

  10. luciawikirate 18 months ago | reply

    Hi there, great photo! Would you mind, if I use it on the following website? wikirate.org/Environmental_Integrity

  11. uisunglee 12 months ago | reply

    Thank you for sharing. It is really good. If you don't mind I would like to use it for my presentation in a conference.

  12. stop that man! 11 months ago | reply

    Excellent photo - just used it with this article on The Ecologist: bit.ly/RFSPwM - thanks!

  13. A.K. Wheeler 3 months ago | reply

    This photo is amazing! I can't link in the format I want to use it for (print ad for a local beach cleanup) so is there a name I can credit in text besides the flickr username?

  14. bushcraftzone 2 months ago | reply

    Hey great pic, I used it on my blog, hope you don't mind! www.bushcraftzone.com/leave-no-trace/

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