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Nurdles clean-up operations underway

 Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)    31/10/2017

Drizit Environmental has reported that the clean-up response in the wake of the incident is progressing well.

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Port authority and Sabic fail to come clean on Durban cargo spill

 Fred Kockott     27/10/2017

Still unclear how many nurdles are floating in the sea following 10 October storm

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Government probes KZN cargo spill

 Fred Kockott     26/10/2017

Saudi company will pay, says Plastics SA

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Illegal sand mining threatens environment

 Larry Bentley (Zululand Observer)    26/10/2017


Illegal sand mining in focus

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Millions of ecologically disastrous pellets on their way to Mozambique

 Shelley Seid ()    25/10/2017

The tens of millions of plastic pellets that have found their way into the sea after a mega-storm two weeks ago are now likely to reach Mozambique.

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Nurdle spill washes onto beaches

 Holly Konig (South Coast Sun)    25/10/2017

Both the nurdles and the toxins absorbed can then enter the food chain when eaten by fish and other marine animals.

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Overboard container the source of nurdle spill

 Holly Konig (South Coast Sun)    25/10/2017

A wind-blown ship crashed into another in the harbour, at least one severely ruptured container was flung overboard and into the harbour waters.

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Nurdle spillage along coastline proves difficult to handle

 Dave Savides (Zululand Observer)    24/10/2017


Hard to get rid of the pesky pollutant

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Durban cargo spill a disaster in the making, say experts

 BARBARA COLE (Daily News)    24/10/2017

Durban - An environmental disaster is unfolding along the KwaZulu-Natal coastline, warn environmentalists, as billions of plastic pellets are being washed up on the beaches.

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Urgent need for new conservation approach in KZN

 Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)    24/10/2017

Anyone concerned about the future of natural habitat in this province is invited to a talk by Ezemvelo’s Jenny Longmore.

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