We are not collecting or holding any personal information about you.
Any information uploaded to the website are data freely submitted as part of the Plastic Detectives survey.
These data relate to the numbers and types of plastic items found in a
household. The data will be used for education purposes. Personal
information will not be requested and any source data will be deleted within 14 days.
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