Thousands Of Volunteers Helped Clean NJ Beaches
From Bergen to Cape May County, nearly 6,000 volunteers took to beaches along the Jersey Shore to help clean things up.
Clean Ocean Action does this every year, and one of the craziest things is to check out the list of junk they find.
According to WHYY, this year volunteers at Sandy Hook alone collected 10,033 plastic pieces, 6,569 plastic caps/lids, 4,633 food/candy wrappers, 3,824 plastic straws/stirrers, and 1,894 foam pieces.
They also found a a bike helmet, bra strap, butter container, car seat, dental retainer, hard hat, railroad tie, sneaker, snowman doll, soy sauce packets, squid toy, swim goggles, tire, and a Wonder Woman figurine.
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