Marine Pollution threatens the health of our coasts and sea and it comes in a wide range of structures. Marine pollution can mean plastic litter, other litter, for example, glass jugs and jars, oil and synthetic spills or contaminated stormwater channels and river streaming into the ocean.
The impact these have on the marine environment relies upon the kind of contamination, the size of the pollution and where the contamination occurs. Some marine environments and sorts of marine life are more sensitive than others to contaminate. The contamination may harm individual marine life or plants, or it might harm entire networks of various living things.