Here is the list of wastes that observers have not yet been able to identify. If you have any information, do not hesitate to contact us by email: email@example.com or via the Atlantic Stranding Observation Network (Fb). You can also share your findings on this participatory network, which may allow us to advance our knowledge!
- Origine : The former Dollemard – Le Havre coastal waste site.
- Description : Screw tops from bottles - usually red, sometimes green or orange.
Printed with: RENDEZ LA BOUTEILLE VIDE AVEC CE BOUCHON MERCI ('please return the bottle empty with this top - thank you'). Some of these bottle tops can still be seen in the cliff face around the former Dollemard – Le Havre waste site. Several dozen of them have been found between Le Havre and Holland.
- Origine : Unknown
- Description : Small freezer bag type block, around 3cm in height
These small blocks are sometimes found in Brittany and on each side of the Channel. Their origin and purpose is unknown.
- Origine : Container ship spill
- Description : Small red-orange lights, 2 centimetres
These small red lights have been washing up on beaches along the coast of Brittany for years. They can still be found wrapped in their plastic packaging, in pairs. Frequent arrivals make it seem that they have come from a shipping container spill. The specific purpose remains a great mystery.