Baseball also threatens the beautiful beaches of Goa. The big, black blacks on the other side of the sea are some of the worst that have ever happened in Goa travel. And now weeds have invaded popular Goa beaches, including Anjuna, Miramar, Mandrem, Morjim, and Colva in the south. The incident shocked fishermen and travelers in the area.
Tar collection from Goa’s beaches is a common year. A large amount of tarmac accumulates on the north and south coasts of Goa. Climate minister Nilesh Cabral said the country’s government is writing to the center because they have little control over the origin of the bush.
What are tarballs?
When the oil and seawater are boiled, they are added and washed ashore. These are thick metal balls. Some places are big like a cake, others are small. The problem is that these balls are so sticky that they cause discomfort to those who swim in the ocean or walk on the beach. They stick to the skin and are very difficult to wash.
A study was conducted to determine the cause of each age. The coast of Goa was located near one communication corridor (SLOC). As a source of power for international Gulf oil tanks and vats, they pour oil into the Arabian Sea. This oil was refined on the west coast and then in the form of balls. According to reports, the oil was found on the shores of the Bombay High area in May.
Speaking to the TOI, Cabral said: “Last year we collected samples and the NIO tried to trace its origin. In the search, they came from nearby areas. Mumbai is very close. The media is Prakash Javadekar, but the minister has changed since then. We will write to them again.”