Volunteer continues to find trash in beach areas, pavilions

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COMMUNITY volunteer Max Aguon said he filled up his trailer with the trash he collected over the weekend from Pakpak Beach in San Antonio to Micro Beach in Garapan.

“It is important to continue the cleanup activity, especially during the weekend when there are no government workers in the beach areas,” he added.

Community volunteer Max Aguon poses with his pickup truck and a trailer full of trash during his cleanup operation over the weekend. Contributed photo

Compared to previous weeks, he said there was no household trash in the beach areas he visited recently.

Despite the presence of trash bins, he added, some beach users continue to litter.

“We need more information dissemination or we should discipline the people who are littering,” he added.

Also included in Aguon’s regular cleanup drive are the Chalan Kanoa cemetery and Sugar Dock Beach.


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