The pacific has seen its fair share of trash patches over the years, but the latest one has a special place in my heart.
It’s called the Pacific Garbage Patch, and it’s designed to collect garbage from the ocean floor and ship it to the coast of British Columbia.
It’s so big, in fact, that it’s already been spotted on the coast, which is the most populated part of the country.
I mean, there’s a big ocean right here.
And when I say ocean, I mean it’s a sea of garbage.
The Pacific Garbag is the latest in a series of garbage patches designed to get the ocean clean, according to a new study.
It has been around since the 1980s, and the Pacific garbage patch was a part of a plan to move garbage off the coast to a site in British Columbia’s central region.
But now, the pacific landfill plan is in jeopardy because of a lawsuit from the British Columbia Environmental Council (BCEC), which alleges that the patch is not properly managed.
“If you think about it, it’s basically like a big box with a bunch of garbage in it,” said BECE spokesperson Alex Maitland in a statement.
“You put the garbage in, you pull out the garbage, and you go through the same cycle.
This isn’t the first time the Pacific has been called out for its trash patches. “
It’s a very large landfill.”
This isn’t the first time the Pacific has been called out for its trash patches.
In 2013, a similar garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean was called out in the same way, and some say the problem with these patches is that the landfill site is too small and it has a high density of garbage, which can easily destroy the soil around it.
What do you think?
Is this a problem for the Pacific?
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