More than 100 volunteers recently embarked on a clean-up drive in Durban to keep the environment safe and healthy.
Volunteers from Boxer Superstores, Adopt-a-River, eThekwini Municipality, Icebolethu Funeral Services, Department of Parks and Recreation, and KZN Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environment removed numerous bags of trash from Beechwood Mangrove Reserve and the Umgeni River Estuary. Did. At the Blue Lagoon.
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Ntombi Dludla, Stakeholder Engagement and Sustainability Executive at Boxer Group, said this is part of a sustainable and empowering campaign to uplift eThekwini.
She said: “Boxer is proud to have the opportunity to make a difference in the areas that need it most, whether in the city, the countryside or here at the end of the Umgeni River’s journey to the Indians.” Ocean. These mangroves are very important to all of us, and we know that the Blue Lagoon area is not only a tourist attraction, but also a place where wildlife and humans interact, so we protect them as much as possible. It’s our responsibility to help keep it clean. ”
Mr Ntombi praised the volunteers who worked alongside Adopt-A-River’s highly trained team to remove dozens of bags of trash.
She added, “Boxers want to challenge organizations that have the ability to contact Adopt-a-River and help them spend time with their colleagues here. We can make a difference in this and other areas.”
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