Collecte plage du Porge

Organized by Emmanuelle Tosi

Date & hour

Tuesday 08/23/2022


Plage du Gressier, D107, 33680, Le Porge, Gironde, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, FRA


Top 10 of collected items

200Mégots de cigarette

200Fragments de plastique 2,5-50 cm

25Emballages alimentaires

20Sacs plastique et fragments

20Bâtons de sucette

11Pêche : cordes, cordelettes (Ø < 1cm)

8Emballages snacks, sucreries

7Fragments de polystyrène 2,5-50 cm

7Capsules de boisson

6Déchets médicaux : emballages, contenants


Type of collectionA pied (plage/berges)
Number of participants8
Number of schoolchildren0
Length of beach/bank cleanedDe 100 à 200m
Number of bags filled1
Do you visit this place often?Non
To your knowledge, is there normally a large amount of litter in this area?Non
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?Oui
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?Oui
Have you observed on the top of the beach some big densities of industrial plastic pellets (sign of an ancient accumulation linked to spring tides)?Oui
Could you estimate the quantity of pellets observed over 1 metre?10 - 100
Avez-vous observé dans les laisses de mer des quantités importantes de granulés plastiques industriels ?Oui
Could you estimate the quantity of pellets observed over 1 metre?10 - 100
What were the colours of the industrial plastic pellets that you observed?Transparent, Blanc, Noir, Rouge, Autre
What were the colours of the industrial plastic pellets that you observed?jaune / vert
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 seaNon
- Near a major shipping areaNon
- Near a tourist areaOui
- Near a townNon
You can specify the type of marine activities located on-site (fishing activities, shellfish aquaculture, nautical activities, sailing, port activities,...)Activités nautiques
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During the course of your Ocean Initiative, did you find and collect biocarriers?Oui


Mégots de cigarette (dont filtres)200
Bouteille plastique (boissons) de moins de 0,5 cl ou de 0,5l0
Bouteille plastique (boissons) de plus de 0,5 l0
Bouchons de bouteille plastique5
Emballages alimentaire (barquette, emballages sandwich, pot de yaourt, emballages fast food)25
Bouteilles plastiques hors boisson (nettoyants ménagers, bouteilles cosmétiques)0
Sacs plastique et fragments de sacs plastique20
Papiers de chips, de barres chocolatées, de bonbons (emballage confiserie dont gourdes/compote)8
Bâtons de sucette20
Déchets médicaux (plastique) : Flacon / tubes / emballages médicaments6
Déchets sanitaires / hygiènes : Cotons tiges0
Déchets sanitaires / hygiènes : Tampons, applicateurs, serviettes hygiénique + emballages4
Déchet sanitaire : Masque0
Lingettes nettoyantes (ménager, hygiène)0
Morceaux de polystyrène entre 2,5 et 50 cm7
Morceaux de plastique entre 2,5 et 50 cm200
Gobelets en plastique, dont couvercle0
Vaisselles de pique-nique : assiettes0
Vaisselles de pique-nique : couverts1
Touillettes (agitateur de boisson)5
Déchets liés à la pêche: filets (dont morceaux), cordes, cordelettes, filets et cordes entremêlées11
Déchets liés à la pêche : Lignes de pêche/hameçon, boîte d'appats0
Cartouches de chasse0
Ballons de baudruche0
Morceaux de verre / morceaux de céramiques6
Capsules de boisson7
Morceaux de fer, ferraille4
Vêtements, torchons4

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