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    Koh Tao : WAR on plastic bags

    WAR on plastic bags
    Published on February 24, 2008


    Residents of Koh Tao want to make the island's rubbish fully biodegradable

    Koh Tao or Turtle Island off the coast of Chumphon in Southern Thailand looks set to become the country's first plastic-bag-free zone.

    Long suffering from the relentless growth of garbage, local residents recently launched a major campaign to get rid of all plastic bags, which they say are unfriendly to the environment.

    "If successful, our small island could be a role model for the rest of the country, especially in tackling garbage and environmental problems," said marine scientist Thorn Thamrongnawasaw-asdi.

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    Here is a " WAR On " that's to be supported

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    The funny thing about the rubbish on Koh Tao is that its the Thais that throw there shit everywhere.

    The majority of Farang are well tuned into the environment but the Thais will throw shit in the water before they will walk 2 meters to the rubbish bin, seen it many times and its foking pathetic.

    Even seen one bastard draining his engine oil straight into the water.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    Can you imagine life without plastic Bags.

    What are you going to put your garbage in a tin can!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    Even seen one bastard draining his engine oil straight into the water.
    Thats doesnt surprise me at all, also the fact that he managed to get his car in the sea dont surprise me either

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    Quote Originally Posted by everglaze View Post
    Can you imagine life without plastic Bags.

    What are you going to put your garbage in a tin can!.
    100% biodegradable recycled garbage bags are available. I don't know in Thailand but at least I know they exist and I use them when in my homecountry.

    Maybe worst an investment for a recycling center and fabric in a touristic country who is on the way to choke under plastic.

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    ^^

    Funny bastard spin,

    It was his foking long tail.

    Jeez these cats on Teak Door.

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    OK, there is a already a solution to this problem.
    So what's the fcuking hold up!.

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