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February 8, 2013
SEATTLE (AP) — An increase in marine debris has been reported on Washington's coastal beaches, so the state is asking clam diggers to carry a trash bag and pick up any plastic foam or bottles they find.
The state Marine Debris Task Force says it can't say for sure whether the debris this winter is from the March 2011 Japanese tsunami.
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