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|After collecting more than one cubic meter of waste they enjoyed a lunch at the Chiringuito La Barraca|
|The Patrol Beach Association has organized a new beach cleanup, this time for the Christar International G5 Spain program that is running in Malaga throughout 2019. Thus, 96 participants of the program of the Liberty University of the United States participated in a cleaning of beaches in Marina del Este.|
Ann Jenkins, director of the Playa Patrol Association, said that “it was great to have an international group of young people in a beach cleanup where dedication and service to the community is an important element of their teacher training program.”
“Plastic pollution is a very important problem in the world today, so it made sense to work with Playa Patrol while the G5 participants are in Spain,” explained Brent McHugh, CEO of Christar International: “When our students return to the United States and They embark on their professional careers, we want to know that they have practical experience in a wide variety of community service areas so they can understand the families and children they work with, regardless of which career they choose. “
The students approached two different beaches and rocky areas in Marina del Este, where they collected more than one cubic meter of plastic pollution and other waste. In addition to standard tetra paks, cigarette butts, plastic straws, snack wrappers and plastic bags, some unique items were discovered buried under the sand: a truck tire, an abandoned metal boat and rusty household items.
Special thanks to the La Barraca Beach Bar for accommodating the group lunch.