"NO" SEA&EARTH POLLUTION

NO SEA&EARTH POLLUTION - ALBATROSS

creates global awareness for an obvious goal:

cleaning up the poisonous plastic mess we make.

" ALBATROSS " anti PLASTIC POLLUTION

"ACTION" Project 2012-2020

Captain Manfred Reicher founder - chairman


- ACTIVE AGAINST PLASTIC WASTE -
- AKTIE TEGEN PLASTIC AFVAL -
- PLASTIK ATIK KARŞI ETKİN -
- AKTIV GEGEN KUNSTSTOFFMÜll -
- ACTION CONTRE ORDURES PLASTIC -
- ATTIVIAMOCI CONTRO I RIFIUTI IN PLASTICA -

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“ ALBATROSS Philippines ”

in Cooperation with

"ALBATROSS" anti Plastic Pollution "Action" Project 2012-2020

unknown-3-2 Coordinator of “Albatross” Philippines: Andi Bondoc

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Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta),
one of the smallest primates.


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GARBAGE MOUNTAIN

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A mangangalahig, or scavenger, atop the 130-foot high garbage mountain at the Payatas Dump, Quezon City, Philippines. (c) Matthew Power, 2006

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An 8 year old boy scavenger at Pier 18, a waste transfer station on the Manila waterfront. (c) Matthew Power, 2006

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Garbage Mountain
http://www.loe.org/shows/segments.html

The local dump is a place many of us visit every once in a while to throw out trash, but around the world, millions of people call it home. At Payatas, a gigantic mountain of garbage outside Manila in the Philippines, adults and children scavenge through the trash daily for treasures such as plastic and computer parts to be sold for more money than the average Filipino citizen earns. Matthew Power traveled to Payatas and wrote about it for Harper’s Magazine. He talks with host Bruce Gellerman.

Garbage Metro Manila
Source : Wikipedia.org/wiki/Metro_Manila

Metro Manila produces 4,000 tons of garbage each day. Paper wastes account for nearly 14% of the daily total.[citation needed] Efforts to reduce pollution is one of the metropolis' major public management concerns especially with the closure of some garbage dump sites in Greater Manila.

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