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Drive on to cut litter

By Warren Wilkins 25th May 2016

Drive on to cut litter
Jess Davis of the Jam Jar is backing the campaign

A Newquay conservation group has launched a new campaign to reduce litter and help protect the coastline. The Newquay Marine Group is encouraging local food businesses to stop using polystyrene packaging, one of the most harmful pollutants to marine life. The group, which is made up of a collective of local residents, take part in regular...

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