» Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawaii is a statewide group. A Page A3 article Thursday incorrectly identified BEACH as a Big Island group. Also, Suzanne Frazer, co-chairwoman of the group, said cigarette butts are the most common form of litter left on beaches. The story incorrectly paraphrased her as saying cigarette butts are the most common form of beach pollution. She said the most common beach pollution is plastic debris that floats in from the sea. The online edition has been corrected.
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