Report Details

Report Title: Rayong rubbish
Created: 16/08/2016
Category: Oceans and Coasts - Rubbish
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Country: Thailand
Latitude: 12.63
Longitude: 101.44
Risk Rating
Cause: ManMade- Unknown (everyone who is a dirty pig )
Severity: Moderate
Frequency: Always
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Description: at the pier to buy tickets for islands
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