@newsenviro1 | KCET
Itâ€™s a new kind of plastic that is too small to recycle and too tiny to filter out of our waste water. They are called microbeads.
It's hard to imagine that the Salton Sea was once considered a prime tourist destination in the 1950s.
It's a complicated estuary where water from 75,000 square miles of California and sometimes Oregon drains into the Pacific, and it doesn't really have a name.