People clean up a beach in Hong Kong, China, 12 August 2012. Over a 150 volunteers from the Hong Kong based NGO, Ecovision moved 217 full bags of plastic, plastic pellets and assorted marine trash off Big Wave Bay beach after Hong Kong suffered it's worst plastic disaster, where 150 tons of plastic pellets where lost at sea during a recent typhoon.  EPA/PAUL HILTON People clean up a beach in Hong Kong, China, 12 August 2012. Over a 150 volunteers from the Hong Kong based NGO, Ecovision moved 217 full bags of plastic, plastic pellets and assorted marine trash off Big Wave Bay beach after Hong Kong suffered it's worst plastic disaster, where 150 tons of plastic pellets where lost at sea during a recent typhoon.  EPA/PAUL HILTON
People clean up a beach in Hong Kong, China, 12 August 2012. Over a 150 volunteers from the Hong Kong based NGO, Ecovision moved 217 full bags of plastic, plastic pellets and assorted marine trash off Big Wave Bay beach after Hong Kong suffered it's worst plastic disaster, where 150 tons of plastic pellets where lost at sea during a recent typhoon. EPA/PAUL HILTON
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People clean up a beach in Hong Kong, China, 12 August 2012. Over a 150 volunteers from the Hong Kong based NGO, Ecovision moved 217 full bags of plastic, plastic pellets and assorted marine trash off Big Wave Bay beach after Hong Kong suffered it's worst plastic disaster, where 150 tons of plastic pellets where lost at sea during a recent typhoon.  EPA/PAUL HILTON People clean up a beach in Hong Kong, China, 12 August 2012. Over a 150 volunteers from the Hong Kong based NGO, Ecovision moved 217 full bags of plastic, plastic pellets and assorted marine trash off Big Wave Bay beach after Hong Kong suffered it's worst plastic disaster, where 150 tons of plastic pellets where lost at sea during a recent typhoon.  EPA/PAUL HILTON
People clean up a beach in Hong Kong, China, 12 August 2012. Over a 150 volunteers from the Hong Kong based NGO, Ecovision moved 217 full bags of plastic, plastic pellets and assorted marine trash off Big Wave Bay beach after Hong Kong suffered it's worst plastic disaster, where 150 tons of plastic pellets where lost at sea during a recent typhoon. EPA/PAUL HILTON
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