Degree Of Difficulty
■ 2 feet of 6-inch-diameter
■ 6-inch-diameter PVC elbow
■ 6-inch-diameter PVC female-threaded adapter
■ 6-inch-diameter PVC plug
■ Polyurethane adhesive
■ Decals (provided by the
any necessary permission before
installing the bins.
When selecting a location for a
bin, try to locate them near launch
ramps, fish-cleaning stations, or other
locations convenient to anglers. Place
the bin near existing trash and recycling containers to help reduce the
amount of trash in the bin.
It’s important to maintain and
empty the bin regularly. Collected line
can be mailed to Berkley Conservation
for recycling. Their address, along with
more info on fishing line recycling and
a short video on bin construction,
can be found at www.BoatUS.com/
The BoatU.S. Foundation Mono-
filament Fishing Line Recycling
Program was funded by grants from
the NOAA Marine Debris Program
and the National Fish and Wildlife
Foundation. Those grants have come
to a close. The program is maintained
through the generous donations of
The BoatU.S. Foundation, a non- profit 501(c)( 3) organization devoted to implementing projects that keep boat- ers safer and our waterways clean, is independently funded by donations from BoatU.S. members and by grants. www.BoatUS.com/Foundation
ILLUSTRATIONS: MARIA RABINKY
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