The team conducted a 100m Beachwatch survey, recording the types and amounts of litter.
"Looking at the types and sources of litter washing up on our beaches, we can run targeted litter campaigns to influence policy makers and change people's behaviours to try to stop it getting there in the first place" says Matt Barnes, Sea Champions Volunteer Coordinator for Scotland.
Twelve bags of litter were also collected, weighing 11 kilos, and also a plastic patio chair and car exhaust.
More of our beaches need to be cleaned and surveyed! If you'd like to get involved and survey your local beach, sign up here, or get in touch with your Volunteer Coordinator.
|40 tyres, a plastic patio chair and car exhaust amongst the litter collected at the South Queensferry summer beach clean!|