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06 September 2011 :: 09:09:33 am 58018

Dong Tarn Beach, Sattahip Facing Severe Garbage Problems

Dong Tarn Beach, Sattahip, Royal Thai Fleet Beach, Tien Talay Beach, these famous beaches are now facing severe pollution from plastic bags and styrofoam boxes. More 10,000 pieces floating around the beaches damaging the spectacular scenery. Related organizations are preparing to solve the problem.
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Sattahip (September 4, 2011)[Pattaya Daily News]; It was reported that Dong Tarn Beach Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province is facing a serious garbage and waste problem from plastic bags and styrofoam boxes on the beaches.

Mr Narong Bunbanjerd Lord Mayor of Sattahip, said that at present Tien Talay Beach stretches all the way to Sattahip market a distance of circa 5 km. Each day the beautiful beaches are polluted by garbage and waste such as plastic bags and styrofoam boxes. Estimated 10,000 plastic garbage is destroying the beautiful scenery. The beaches used to be clean but the amount of garbage has grown in quantity every day from people on the beaches and on the boats all throwing their garbage and waste into the sea.

Mr Narong said that that the Sattahip municipality will implement a recovery, clean-up plan with Thai Royal Fleet and government units, private units, and people in the area to solve the garbage problem for once and all.

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