Data.

This dataset was collected by Citizen Scientists at a specific 'Survey Area', set-up at an official ‘Monitoring Site’ as part of the Litter Intelligence long-term litter monitoring programme. The data are freely and openly accessible to anyone. Download the raw data, share this survey, and learn more about the data collection methodology through the links at the bottom of the page.

Litter Collection Survey

Haulashore Island

East Beach Haulashore Island

27 October 2019

Tasman Bay Guardians

Freya McCall

Overview

B

12

8.2

7

100m x 7m

Pebble

Items per 1,000m2

969

Products

678

25307

Type Count Weight (g)
Plastic 443 707
Resin pellets A N/A
Clothes pegs 4 3
Unidentifiable hard plastic fragments 115 190
Fishing gear 1 15
Pens 3 11
Fishing line 2 1
Plastic bags 8 73
Plastic vehicle parts 2 29
Shotgun wadding & shells 1 3
Parking tickets & receipts 1 1
Rope 32 125
Gardening & farming related 3 42
Gloves 1 13
Food wrappers 142 67
Medical waste 2 1
Straws 12 4
Bottle caps & lids (Plastic) 27 55
Bottle neck rings 5 2
Lollipop sticks & cotton buds 21 8
Strapping bands 18 8
Cigarettes, butts & filters 22 5
Toys, balls & party poppers 4 13
Bottle seals & tabs 4 3
Cable ties & zip ties 4 4
Food containers 8 30
Fibreglass fragments 1 1
Foamed Plastic 98 265
Polystyrene cups or food packs 9 9
Polystyrene insulation or packaging 51 13
Ear plugs 2 1
Foam sponge 1 223
Unidentifiable foamed plastic fragments 35 19
Wood 49 12849
Processed timber & pallet crates 48 12840
Corks 1 9
Glass & Ceramic 26 10947
Construction material 9 10660
Glass or ceramic fragments 17 287
Paper & Cardboard 25 145
Paper 18 99
Cups, food trays & wrappers 7 46
Cloth 13 290
Clothing, hats, gloves & towels 5 268
Other Cloth 8 22
Metal 12 76
Unidentifiable metal fragments 4 39
Aluminium drink cans 2 22
Sharps, needles, lancets, metal catheters 1 N/A
Foil wrappers 5 15
Rubber 9 28
Unidentifiable rubber fragments 6 27
Balloons, tennis balls, footballs, dog toys etc 3 1
Other 3 0
Sanitary items 3 N/A
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