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Washington Announces Marine Debris Hotline
The state Marine Debris Task Force has reminded beach-goers to phone 855-922-6278 to report potentially dangerous or tsunami-related marine debris on shorelines.

The task force marine debris website at http://marinedebris.wa.gov contains information about:
  • How to report nonhazardous marine debris.

 

  • Identifying and reporting potentially hazardous debris items.

 

  • Tips on keeping our beaches clean and healthy.

 

  • Where to get more information about debris modeling and monitoring efforts — including debris likely resulting from the March 11, 2011, tsunami that devastated Japan.

 

  • Updates on efforts by the state’s Marine Debris Task Force.

 
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