Data.

This dataset was collected by Citizen Scientists at an official 'Survey Area' 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 Survey

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Tauranga Moana - St Mary’s Catholic School

3 November 2020

Discovery Through Nature

Emma Richardson

Overview

A

9

2.7

10.8

100m x 20m

Mixed Substrate

Items per 1,000m2

36

Products

71

10797

Type Count Weight (g)
Plastic 40 69
Resin pellets A N/A
Cable ties & zip ties 1 1
Cigarettes, butts & filters 1 1
Food containers 3 22
Parking tickets & receipts 1 2
Unidentifiable hard plastic fragments 3 3
Unidentifiable soft plastic fragments 16 18
Plastic bags 1 14
Lollipop sticks 1 1
Clothes pegs 1 2
Food wrappers 12 5
Glass & Ceramic 17 10522
Glass or ceramic fragments 1 2
Construction material 16 10520
Metal 5 93
Foil wrappers 1 1
Metal Bottle caps, lids & pull tabs 2 1
Aluminium drink cans 2 91
Rubber 3 51
Sports & Recreation 2 50
Chewing gum 1 1
Foamed Plastic 2 2
Other Foamed Plastic 1 1
Polystyrene insulation or packaging 1 1
Wood 2 2
Other Wood (specify) 2 2
Paper & Cardboard 1 55
Cups, food trays & wrappers 1 55
Fabric & Textiles 1 3
Rope, line or string (natural) 1 3

Materials

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This is the first litter survey in this survey area