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Plastic Waste Dumping Greatly Endangering Bay of Bengal
Bangladesh, as a part of the South Asian Seas (SAS) region, currently faces the worst case scenario of sea pollution due to plastic – one of the worst pollutants that are harming the seas and oceans around the world.

Marine litter or debris, which include plastic wastes, are the persistent, manufactured, processed solid material found in marine and coastal areas – predominantly the result of poor waste management – is a fundamental problem due to its harmful effect on the environment, wildlife and human health in the Bay of Bengal, says a country report based on the reviews of scientific and policy documents together with a recent preliminary survey on marine litter along four beaches of Bangladesh.

 
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