Over two dozen bags of rubbish cleared from beach

 

A community beach cleanup, jointly organised by DB Green and Plastic Free Seas, took place yesterday morning, March 20 at Nim Shue Wan.

The southernmost cove in Discovery Bay, it serves as a port for ferries to Peng Chau and Mui Wo.

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More than 50 volunteers of all ages came to help remove around 26 large bags of rubbish from the surrounding area, as well as many recyclable plastic bottles and cans.

A previous cleanup took place at Sam Pak Wan, by Discovery Bay North Plaza, on February 20th.

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DB Green is a grass roots organization which works toward making Discovery Bay an ever greener community in all aspects, and one day becoming an example for other communities.

Plastic Free Seas is a Hong Kong based non profit organisation dedicated to advocating change in the way plastics are viewed and used in today's society, through education and action campaigns.

Photos by WWW.EVOQUEPORTRAITS.COM.

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