CNN's Casey Wian reports on debris reaching American shores emanating from Japan's 2011 devastating Tsunami.
Flotsam from 2011 Japan tsunami reaches Alaska
Residents of towns in the Alaska Panhandle have begun picking up plastic bottles, chunks of foam insulation and floating buoys from Japan's 2011 tsunami.
"This is urethane spray building foam," Chris Pallister, president of the conservation group Gulf of Alaska Keeper, said as he picked through trash on Montague Island, about 200 miles north of Juneau. "We just never got much of that before. But if you walk up and down this beach, you see big chunks."
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