Keeping Our Beaches Clean
Have you walked around a beach recently? You must have noticed the amount of debris lying around all corners. The beach used to be a place of pure bliss, where we go to watch the sun rise and fall beautifully, and play with the warm sands while we soak up the heat. But recently most beaches are now plagued with so much dirt. From plastic bags to disposable cups and water cans, this debris is inorganic and cause serious cosmetic damage to our beaches.
Unfortunately, the pollution dumped on our beaches build up over the years into a massive pile of rubbish transported through the ocean from place to place by the actions of wind, and this continues to get messy as a lot of beach users dump more and more rubbish in the beach. While this has had a tremendously detrimental impact upon the environmental stability of the oceans as well as the enjoyment people can have on their visits the countless plastic bags that exist are not only an eyesore but a hazard to virtually all the wildlife that lives in the ecosystems both in and near oceans.
One of the biggest causes for this is the mass quantities of plastic bags that are commonly given away freely at most shops that people just take for granted and toss away when they don’t care to use them anymore. Worse, because of the plastic bag’s design even if someone is usually cautious and tries to keep track of it it is all too easy for a gust of wind to come along and carry a plastic bag away that may not have anything inside to hold it down.
This is especially true near oceans were winds can be particularly strong and bags can go flying without any warning. Thankfully the alternative of reusable eco-friendly bags is becoming more and more popular these days in an attempt to make this problem less apparent. As people use shopping bags and carrying handbags made of a more durable, more substantial material that does not fly about quite as quickly and costs some money to invest in people who use these reusable variants are less willing to dispose of when they are tired of it or be carried off accidentally as well.
This has allowed many beaches around the world to see definite improvements over the past few years as in family-friendly reusable bags have become more commonplace and easy for people to purchase. We have a long way to go before our beaches will be entirely clean and free from dirt. We need to clean up our beaches, not just for ourselves but our children and animals. You do not want to be worried about dangerous substances lying around in the sand or water when you go to relax. We need to take up better strategies for cleaning up our endangered beaches.
One way to efficiently increase the neatness of our beaches is to increase the use of eco-friendly and biodegradable materials that will protect our delicate environment. This will go a long way to protect our natural environment.