Group calls on Aussies to help clean up waterways

By Aaron Bunch
Updated April 18 2022 - 5:09am, first published 4:00am
A CSIRO study found it takes as few as 14 pieces of plastic to kill a sea turtle. Photo: Shutterstock

Polystyrene, food wrappers and cigarette butts were among the most common items found by volunteers collecting rubbish from Australia's largest waterways.



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