20 September, 2015 20 September, 2015

Plett Benefits from Coastal Clean-up

As part of his internship with the Environmental Unit at Eden District Municipality, Luca Verbeeck and his partners organised a coastal clean-up in the Crags near Plettenberg Bay. By documenting his team’ s efforts, Luca gains entry into our Tuffy Beach Clean-Up competition, which puts him in the running to win a brand new shred stick compliments of Firewire and Share The Stoke Foundation.

Gathering of all the groups in front of the recycling plant in the Kurland Village.

Ocean Conservancy sponsor many of these events around the world. Plastic SA delivered two types of Tuffy bags for recycling waste and non-recycling trash. Thanks to the Western Province Department of Environmental Affairs for providing lunch and goodies for the kids.” – Luca

Crags Primary School, getting the low down on how to help save the environment.

Many hands make light work.

Taking out the trash by the bakkie load!

1 Comment

  1. Julie123
    22 September, 2015 at 2:09 pm · Reply

    Congratulations Luca! You really do deserve to win

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