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

Moutere Inlet (Rivermouth)

Batchelors ford entry

2 April 2019

Motueka Steiner School

Margot DHondt

Overview

B

21

8.8

46.9

100m x 18m

MuddySand

Items per 1,000m2

582

Products

1047

91640

Type Count Weight (g)
Plastic 499 15443
Resin pellets B N/A
Toys, balls & party poppers 2 577
Food containers 15 132
Plastic bags 23 864
Cable ties & zip ties 1 5
Cigarettes, butts & filters 2 51
Unidentifiable hard plastic fragments 293 221
Bottle caps & lids (Plastic) 2 16
Gardening & farming related 10 3434
Food wrappers 87 614
Bottles, drums, jerrycans & buckets > 2 L 5 3548
Plastic vehicle parts 5 4531
Bottles <= 2 L (Plastic) 44 1338
Fishing line 1 21
Cigarette lighters 3 47
Rope 4 25
Pens 1 8
Shotgun wadding & shells 1 11
Metal 256 14536
Unidentifiable metal fragments 208 3049
Metal Bottle caps, lids & pull tabs 2 6
Metal vehicle parts 1 8560
Wire, wire mesh & barbed wire 14 2079
Aluminium drink cans 30 830
Other cans (<= 4 L) 1 12
Glass & Ceramic 227 45814
Glass or ceramic fragments 170 1379
Light globes/bulbs 2 21
Construction material 18 33994
Bottles & jars 37 10420
Foamed Plastic 29 128
Unidentifiable foamed plastic fragments 28 121
Polystyrene insulation or packaging 1 7
Paper & Cardboard 14 233
Paper 14 233
Cloth 9 2740
Clothing, hats, gloves & towels 6 2281
Footwear & shoes 3 459
Rubber 5 8756
Condoms 1 N/A
Balloons, tennis balls, footballs, dog toys etc 2 1
Unidentifiable rubber fragments 1 5
Tyres 1 8750
Other 4 3330
Sanitary items 2 N/A
Appliances & electronics 2 3330
Wood 4 660
Processed timber & pallet crates 4 660
Materials
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