Isaac Wendel, 11, left, and his mother Jennie Wendel of Port Angeles, comb the beach on the inside of Ediz Hook in Port Angeles on Saturday as part of a cleanup effort hosted by Washington CoastSavers in honor of Earth Day. Hundreds of volunteers fanned out across numerous beaches on Washington’s Pacific Coast and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca to collect trash and other unwanted debris. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Isaac Wendel, 11, left, and his mother Jennie Wendel of Port Angeles, comb the beach on the inside of Ediz Hook in Port Angeles on Saturday as part of a cleanup effort hosted by Washington CoastSavers in honor of Earth Day. Hundreds of volunteers fanned out across numerous beaches on Washington’s Pacific Coast and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca to collect trash and other unwanted debris. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Earth Day cleanup

Isaac Wendel, 11, left, and his mother Jennie Wendel of Port Angeles, comb the beach on the inside of Ediz Hook in Port Angeles on Saturday as part of a cleanup effort hosted by Washington CoastSavers in honor of Earth Day. Hundreds of volunteers fanned out across numerous beaches on Washington’s Pacific Coast and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca to collect trash and other unwanted debris.

Jennifer Dine, right, of Hood River, Ore., watches as Mandi Johnson, outreach coordinator for the Marine Science Center in Port Townsend, throws additional debris into a dumpster for later removal to a landfill. The debris came from the Hood Canal Bridge, Discovery Bay, Cape George, Port Townsend and Port Hadlock areas of Jefferson County during an Earth Day beach cleanup event on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Jennifer Dine, right, of Hood River, Ore., watches as Mandi Johnson, outreach coordinator for the Marine Science Center in Port Townsend, throws additional debris into a dumpster for later removal to a landfill. The debris came from the Hood Canal Bridge, Discovery Bay, Cape George, Port Townsend and Port Hadlock areas of Jefferson County during an Earth Day beach cleanup event on Saturday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Jennifer Dine, right, of Hood River, Ore., watches as Mandi Johnson, outreach coordinator for the Marine Science Center in Port Townsend, throws additional debris into a dumpster for later removal to a landfill. The debris came from the Hood Canal Bridge, Discovery Bay, Cape George, Port Townsend and Port Hadlock areas of Jefferson County during an Earth Day beach cleanup event on Saturday.

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