Pick-it-up organizes coastal cleanup
More than 250 persons representing several groups and organisations early Saturday morning cleared the seawall from the Kingston Bandstand to Camp Street of mounds of garbage in an activity organised by the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment as part of the current Pick-it-Up Guyana programme.
The cleanup exercise was also supported by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a GINA press release said.
Wearing gloves and t-shirts supplied by Pick-it-up, the mostly young people filled dozens of large garbage bags with an assortment of garbage deposited along the seawall. Participants were also …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.