Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Guy Collected 35 Bags Of Trash From Beach, Turned It Into Amazing Art.

Before he began collecting all the microplastic with the other volunteers, he actually spent some time collecting different items from a nearby cove.

It took him approximately four days to collect 1,500 bottles from a cove near Trengantle.

Before he began collecting all the microplastic with the other volunteers, he actually spent some time collecting different items from a nearby cove.

"This time, at Tengantle we found one bottle" he said.

"It makes me sad to see the rubbish. You could be defeatist as year-on-year it's getting worse, but cleaning it up, puts me in a positive frame of mind."

"This time, at Tengantle we found one bottle" he said.

The same type of rubbish cannot be found at every cove.

According to Arnold, different coves attract certain types of rubbish depending on the tides, weather and time of year.

The same type of rubbish cannot be found at every cove.

After he assembled his team of volunteers, they all worked hard to collect as much plastic as they could.

Although the team was able to impressively fill up 35 trash bags, Tregantle's shore is still filled with the rubbish.

After he assembled his team of volunteers, they all worked hard to collect as much plastic as they could.

Among all the trash bags, Arnold was able to find all kinds of random objects.

For instance, he has a collection of toy soldiers that any collector would be proud of.

Among all the trash bags, Arnold was able to find all kinds of random objects.

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