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13:32

Local

Notable increase in wet wipes in Malaga's sewage systems since lockdown began

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

Sewage plant operators in Malaga province have reported an increase in wet wipes present in waste water systems since the coronavirus crisis began. Malaga's provincial authority, the Diputación, which manages a number of sewage plants in smaller ... towns in inland Malaga through a consortium, has reported a "notable increase" since the lockdown began in mid-March. Unlike toilet paper, which decomposes in a matter of hours, wet wipes take up to two weeks to biodegrade. They are one of the main ... causes of blockages, faults and leaks in sewage systems and 90 per cent of the 400 tonnes of non-organic waste which are removed from sewage systems each month is wet wipes.

17:12

LifeStyle

Sales of contact lenses and ‘de-misting’ products soar in Malaga

susana zamora

Spanish Optical Sector Federation noting a 72.9% rise in contact lens sales in the third trimester of 2020. On top of this, the usage of de-misting sprays and wipes has also been on the rise. Manuel Gómez, a spokesperson for popular contact lens ... unsurprisingly though, contact lenses tend to be more popular among younger people. For those opting for glasses, sprays and wipes have been the most common tools to beat the mist. The high demand for these products has been noted by Malaga opticians, such as

11:18

Local

Nerja seabed is covered with nine tonnes of used wet wipes

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Imagine, if you can, a seabed where instead of thriving seagrass there is a carpet of wet wipes. One already exists on the Costa del Sol, just 700 metres from the Maro-Cerro Gordo nature reserve, near Nerja. Guardia Civil investigators and ... three metres deep, full of plastic and other solid waste, but mostly wet wipes.

13:33

Local

Volunteers collect over 400 kilos of waste on Axarquía beaches

E. C.

Rincón de la Victoria. The most common items collected included plastics, cans, bottles, clothes and shoes, tyres, wet wipes bags and cigarette butts. The day formed part of a national beach cleanup event organised by the network of beach guardians.

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