Greenpeace campaigner Chan Hall-sion with some of the single-use plastic found in Hong Kong’s waters. Photo: Sam Tsang

Seas around Hong Kong swamped in microplastics as city’s obsession with unnecessary packaging leads to 11-fold increase in pollution, study shows

  • Study carried out by Greenpeace East Asia and Education University focuses on waters around Mirs Bay, Sai Kung and Lantau Island
  • Researchers find pollution is most prevalent in eastern areas
Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues

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Greenpeace campaigner Chan Hall-sion with some of the single-use plastic found in Hong Kong’s waters. Photo: Sam Tsang
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