Environment

PHOTOS: Keeping the coast clean

Thursday, September 26, 2019

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Elon Parkinson, public relations and communications manager, Digicel, and Tsehia Granger, vice-president, Standing Committee on Human Rights and Peace at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, hoist a mattress frame they removed from the Kingston Harbour during International Coastal Cleanup Day activities on Saturday organised by the Digicel Foundation. More than 100 volunteers, including employees from PricewaterhouseCoopers, members of the Jamaica Medical Students Association, and Taylor Hall at UWI Mona, participated in the activities.

Photo 2: Allison Philbert, CEO of Digicel Jamaica, shows her daughter, Zahra, the importance of separating trash by type while clearing debris from storm water drains leading to the Kingston Harbour during International Coastal Cleanup Day activities on Saturday.


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