Beach cleanup volunteers throughout Palm Beach County say they see the evidence every time they walk the sands.
“Cigarette butts are the number one item we pick up,” said Todd Remmel, county chapter chairman for Surfrider Foundation, an environmental activist organization. “Beaches are supposed to be a playground. But people use them as ashtrays.”
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