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Taylor Elyea Environmental Sustainability Assignment 6 - Trashed 21 November 2018 Trashed This film proved to be more and more disturbing as time went on. Irons discusses how he used to comb the beach searching for sea glass, an activity I particularly enjoy doing also. Yet, he states that the treasure he once found has been completely replaced with trash. I am disgusted when I walk down the beach and pass a single beer can or paper plate. Seeing this literal mountain of trash occupying the beach in the film is unbelievable. This film was eye-opening to me for that reason; I personally have gone my whole life without coming in contact with a landfill, as I believe many have also, so being exposed to the reality of the situation in these hundreds or thousands of monumental landfills around the world was a daunting experience. A few specific scenes early in the film truly shook me to my core. One showed a herd of
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