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© Phelan Riessen via Flickr -- Mardi Gras detritus: plastic beads and trash line the sidewalks, headed to landfill. Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 21, marks Fat Tuesday, the last night of Mardi Gras. It also marks the beginning of a massive clean-up with tons of plastic beads heading to landfill. After days of celebrations in New Orleans with dozens of parades, an estimated 25 million pounds of plastic beads, cups and tokens tossed from floats litter the streets throughout the French Quarter. This annual Bacchanal is filled with traditional balls, debauchery and heaps of beads, trinkets and “throws” falling curbside. Massive Waste of Mardi Gras Beads is No Party
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