1.83 tonne removed from Hawkesbury Estuary

On the morning of the 17th of December, 2 volunteer students from Brisbane Waters Secondary College ‘Bushcraft’ group were picked up from school to assist in the transportation of rubbish from Rob Moxham’s oyster shed and the Hawkesbury bridge.

This rubbish had been collected during previous Hawkesbury Estuary Clean4Shore program events, and would be getting loaded into a Gosford Council truck to be taken to the Woy Woy tip.

The volunteers assisted in loading the impressive 1.83 tonne of rubbish that had been collected beforehand, into the council truck and Graham Johnston’s trailer.

The days activities completed the 2014 Hawkesbury River clean-up program, which was funded by Hornsby Council through Greater Sydney Land Services and Community Environment.

An amazing effort from everyone involved, and many thanks to all the organisations who have participated in this program.

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