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Carnival Fined $20 Million For Dumping Garbage

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Carnival Fined $20 Million For Dumping Garbage

Carnival Fined $20 Million For Dumping Garbage

Carnival Corp admitted on Monday to releasing food waste and plastic into the ocean in violation of international cruise-ship pollution regulations.

But Carnival isn't the only cruise line that commits environmental violations, said the cruise-industry expert Ross Klein.

"It is more common than one would expect," Klein said in an email.

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Carnival Fined $20 Million For Dumping Garbage

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