Another fantastic clean up was run with the Wonga Beach State School on Tuesday 21st of October. Teachers, parents and lots of excited students spent the morning cleaning the beach just across the road from the school, an important area to all those involved.
After an hour of collecting marine debris and entering information into data sheets as they went, the group concluded the clean up with a total of 36.2 kgs of rubbish removed from their local beach!
Chairs, flippers, thongs and even a helmet were some of the most interesting things found, and a lot of the debris will be getting used in the students recycling art class they will be having as a follow up to this event.
Thank you to all those that were involved, it was an extremely fun morning and we look forward to working with Wonga Beach State School and their students again in the future!