So is PLASTIC that FANTASTIC!!?? We thought yes, but NO! Plastic all connects to the numerous problems to our everyday trash and resources we rely on and affected our health from being in the womb of our mothers. Most plastic comes from petroleum based compounds and interferes with the marine life and ecosystem and us.

Plastic’s History

Plastic first was created by natural products around 1600BC, they were produced more from organic polymers made natural rubber, nitrocellulose, collagen, galalite, egg, blood, milk proteins and finally to completely synthetic molecules (e.g., bakelite, epoxy, Polyvinyl chloride. From the 40s and 50s has been a great invention for products and packaging world amongst a billion other things. In the 60’s-70’s is evidence of health defects yet it was ignored by the hungry economic industry.

Where is Plastic found?

Unfortunately through many years plastic and other waste has ended up in vast Gyros soaking in the ocean for over 10 meters deep gathering in the many ocean currents that meet around the world. Photo:

Some have been newly visited and documented. While out on the ocean we mainly find plastics in vast heaps tangled in old fishing nets, rope with sometimes animals in them.The worst is how we evidently see how it partitions into nano-plastic small tiny pieces and microplastic is the unseen polyester fiber dust from clothing materials that interfere with our plankton, microbes we all need.

Microplastics in marine environments: Occurrence, distribution and effects

Plastic affects our health

The interference with solarisation and polarisation also causes CO2 in the air not the least affects the marine life and FISH we eat then us. The plankton and micro-plastics can also just end up in the FISH. Plastics can last for years in the ocean, in fish and in us later causing more diseases in all species and human beings. As it interphears with our endocerine system causing stomach diseases,

Are we that plastic fantastic!

The interference with solarisation and polarisation also causes CO2 in the air not the least affects the marine life and FISH we eat then us. The plankton and micro-plastics can also just end up in the FISH. Plastics can last for years in the ocean, in fish and in us later causing more diseases in all species and human beings. As it interphears with our endocerine system causing stomach diseases,

Some of the plastic items we commonly find are:

  • FLOATS
  • SHEETING
  • STRAPPING BANDS
  • PLASTIC STRAPPING BANDS
  • PLASTIC SHEETING
  • INSOLATION
  • FIBERGLASS