test mulhouse

Organized by Benoit Alaux

Date & hour

Friday 08/20/2021

Location

Le Nouveau Bassin, Allée William Wyler, 68100, Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin, Grand Est, FRA

Results

Top 10 of collected items

999Tobacco products with filters

998Plastic bottles ≤ 0,5 L

997Plastic bottles (drinks) over 50 cl

996Plastic bottle caps

995Food packaging

994Plastic bottles except beverages (cleaning products, beauty products)

993Plastic bags and pieces

992Confectionery packets and wrappers

991Lollipop sticks

990Medical waste : packaging / tubes

Details

Type of collection A pied (plage/berges)
Number of participants 199
Number of schoolchildren 99
Length of beach/bank cleaned De 200 à 500m
Number of bags filled 15
Do you visit this place often? Non
To your knowledge, is there normally a large amount of litter in this area? Oui
In your opinion, has the beach been cleaned (presence of beach cleaning machine tracks or beach cleaned regularly) over the two weeks preceding the clean-up? Nsp
Have you noticed an excessive amount of other types of litter? Non
Did you find any large or unusual waste (cars, telephone boxes, fridges)? Non
Have you observed on the beache or on the riverbanks some industrial plastic pellets* also called mermaid tears? Non
Are you aware of any event in the area that could cause a higher presence of litter (community or private parties, unusual weather conditions, beach parties, etc.)? Non
- Near a river, watercourse or outlet that empties out into the sea Non
- Near a major shipping area Nsp
- Near a tourist area Nsp
- Near a town Nsp
You can specify the type of marine activities located on-site (fishing activities, shellfish aquaculture, nautical activities, sailing, port activities,...) Zone de conchyliculture
Please specify moules
During the course of your Ocean Initiative, did you find and collect biocarriers? Oui
Do not hesitate to ask us questions about the wastes you have found or to write us anything that seems useful for the Ocean Initiatives. Feel free, the best ideas never remain stowed in the drawers. test ben

Litter

Tobacco products with filters999
Plastic bottles (drinks) under 50 cl or = to 50 cl998
Plastic bottles (drinks) over 50 cl997
Plastic bottle caps996
Food packaging (tubs, sandwich wrappers, yoghurt containers, fast food wrappers)995
Plastic bottles except beverages (cleaning products, beauty products)994
Plastic bags and pieces of plastic bags993
Confectionery packets and wrappers (crisp packets, chocolate bars, sweets, fruit purée pouches)992
Lollipop sticks991
Medical waste plastic: Medicine packaging / tubes / vials990
Sanitary / hygienic waste: Cotton swabs989
Sanitary / hygienic waste: Tampons and applicators988
Wet wipes (sanitary, textile)987
Pieces of polystyrene between 2.5 and 50 cm986
Pieces of plastic between 2.5 and 50 cm985
Plastic cups, including lid984
Picnic dishes: plates983
Picnic dishes: cutlery982
Straws981
Stir-sticks980
Waste fishing gear: nets (including pieces of net), ropes, string, tangled nets and ropes.979
Waste fishing gear: fishing lines, hooks, bait boxes978
Shotgun cartridges977
Toys976
Inflatable balloons975
Tires974
Cigarette lighters973
Sandals / shoes972
Shellfish aquaculture-related litter (container, shellfish pot, plastic shellfish «sweep» film, etc.)971
Glass bottles969
Glass pieces / ceramic pieces968
Cans967
Bottle caps966
Pieces of iron or scrap iron965
Clothes, tea towels964

Filter medias

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20

0
People sensitised
0
Bags collected
0
Butts Picked Up
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