Styrofoam is polluting the Salish Sea every day.
We need your help to stop this pollution at its source.
Expanded polystyrene plastic, commonly referred to as styrofoam, is the most common material used for flotation in British Columbia.
With few regulations and restrictions in place to limit its use, this material is left to break down into small foam beads, becoming a major pollutant in the Salish Sea.
It is polluting beaches, threatening marine life, and has the potential to transfer harmful toxins to human beings through seafood consumption.
Expanded polystyrene use in BC's marine environment is a problem that needs provincial and federal intervention.
Read on to find out more about the issue and what you can do to help!