Entornointeligente.com / The Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment (DIQE) spearheaded a coast clean-up drive on Saturday at Minister’s Bay, Bacolet and Courland Bay, Black Rock. There were volunteers from several groups including rotary clubs, intercact clubs and brownies, all doing their part to keep the ocean free of plastic and clean. There has been serious emphasis recently on the harmful impact of plastic in the ocean and the volunteers were hard at work collecting garbage around the beaches. Day two of the clean-up drive at La Guira Bay, Kilgwyn and Sandy Point Bay was postponed due to Tropical Storm Karen.
A team of volunteers from Children’s Authority helped the coastal clean up at Courland Bay, Black Rock.
Students of Interact South West Tobago participated in International Coastal Clean Up at Courland Bay, Black Rock.
Keile Yearwood Trim helps keep Minister’s Bay, Bacolet clean.
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