British Columbia Planning tsunami cleanup as Japan, Canada continue funding talks

40 tons of debris from last year’s tsunami in Japan just washed up on Montague Island in Alaska’s Prince William Sound. Captions and Photo source: US marine Corps / Inhabitat


British Columbia could see an increase in debris washing ashore from the Japanese tsunami as winter storms begin to batter the coast, and the province’s environment minister says there will be a plan in place by the end of October to deal with collection and disposal…

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Tsunami debris hard to pick out in an ocean full of garbage, The Vancouver Sun