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A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 Relaxing Pollution Pollutants Anthropocene Anthropoceneextinction Plastic Waste Plastic Pollutants Plastics Plasticsucks Zuiko Olympus Stevesevilempire Steve Merrick Directly Above Large Group Of Objects Indoors  Choice No People Close-up Day
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 Pollutants Consumption  Consumerism Anthropocene Anthropoceneextinction Anthropoceneextinction Environment Environmental Issues Plasticsucks Plastic Bottle Plastic Pollutants Plastic Waste Plastic Olympus Zuiko Steve Merrick Stevesevilempire Still Life Close-up Indoors  Multi Colored No People Day
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 Pollution London News Anthropocene Anthropoceneextinction Plastic Pollutants Plastics Plastic Waste Steve Merrick Stevesevilempire Plasticsucks Text Communication No People Close-up Technology Indoors  Day
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 London News Environment Environmental Damage Environmental Issues Rubbish Waste Anthropoceneextinction Anthropocene Anthropogenic Plastic Pollution Plastic Pollutants Plastics Plasticsucks Zuiko Olympus Steve Merrick Stevesevilempire Indoors  Directly Above No People Close-up Day
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 Pollutants Environmental Issues Environment Anthropoceneextinction Anthropocene London News Recycling Waste Rubbish Plasticsucks Plastic Waste Plastic Stevesevilempire Steve Merrick Day No People Indoors  Close-up
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 London News Anthropocene Anthropoceneextinction Environmental Issues Environmental Issues Rubbish Waste Recycling Pollution Plastic Bottle Plasticsucks Plastic Olympus Zuiko Stevesevilempire Steve Merrick No People Indoors  Close-up Day
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 Recycling Environmental Damage Environmental Issues Anthropogenic Anthropoceneextinction Anthropocene Zuiko Olympus Rubbish Plastic Waste Plastic Pollutants Plastics Plasticsucks Stevesevilempire Steve Merrick Indoors  Large Group Of Objects High Angle View No People Close-up Day
A months worth of plastic rubbish. As the world chokes on plastics we as a species keep generating more, almost every ecosystem is being effected by plastics, a by product of the fossil fuels industries and as we approach 2018 the corporate world is increasing the production of disposable packaging by as much as 40% more than we are currently generating, whilst globally recycling rates are very low. One of the problems is that we cannot escape from the disposable packaging in our daily lives, so here's mine, one months worth of drinks, ice cream and other plastics that came with equipment etc. Steve Merrick, 27/12/2018 Fossil Fuels Dangerous Anthropocene Anthropoceneextinction Anthropocene Anthropogenic Rubbish Environmental Damage Environment Recycling Plastic Bottle Plasticwaste Plastic Waste Plasticsucks Plastic Plastics London News Olympus Zuiko Stevesevilempire Steve Merrick High Angle View Bottle Indoors  No People Blue Day Close-up
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