According to the information in the Los Angeles Times, the Eastern Trash is located on the water between Hawaii and California, and scientists say the size is twice the size of Texas. Western trash is starting from Japan and shapes to the west of Hawaii. Each rotating garbage bulb is quite large and collects garbage from all over the world. Both patches are interconnected by this 6000-mile-long layer with a thin plate, also known as the Sub-tropical Convergence Zone. Flights to investigate the region show a lot of garbage collected in this region. These garbage patches nowadays have great dangers for marine life, fishing and tourism. But experts need to draw attention to the role of the plastic before the effects on these areas. When you search about, you’ll be shocked on what you read.