St. Maarten has beautiful beaches and we've got to make sure we keep them looking good. This is important for us all as we'll benefit from having clean beaches. It's also very important for our tourism!
Join the Garnier team this weekend and help to clean up La Belle Creole in Nettle Bay on Sunday, September 20, from 7:00 to 9:00am. Garnier St. Maarten will proudly contribute to the 2015 International Coastal Cleanup.
People around the world gather on beaches, coastlines, seasides, waterways and underwater sites to remove trash. This year's International Coastal Clean Up (ICC) will be on Sunday, September 20. Volunteers are requested not only to pick up trash but also to record every item collected in a standardized data card.
The data collected in the International Coastal Cleanup is used to educate people and create solutions to the problems of solid waste. Our ocean generally supplies much of the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink. That means no matter where you live, your life depends on the ocean. Just because the ocean is free and so seemingly vast, we assume it can take care of itself.
With the efforts to facilitate the volunteers efficiently with materials to clean up the trash, safely and hygienically, the Medicosmetics' team is enthusiastic to be a part of the driving force and is expecting all men on deck for the cause.
Garnier Beach Cleanup of La Belle Creole, Nettle Bay, Sunday, September 20, 7:00-9:00am.
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