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Rotarian’s On A Mission To Clean-Up Plastics

Rotarian’s On A Mission To Clean-Up Plastics
December 19
09:08 2019

Rotarian’s On A Mission To Clean-Up Plastics

December 2019 –

Almost everyday we are all bombarded with tragic news or things-gone-wrong articles that are depressing. and if we would just pay a little closer attention to stories like this one, we may all realize that their are much more good than bad that happens everyday in Belize.

This Barrier on the Mopan River is collecting many pieces of floating plastics and other debris, which is cleaned-up after just 1 day. The effort is being done by Rotarian’s in Benque Viejo and shows how much plastic is polluting the river.

On Monday (December 16th. 2019) the Rotarians in Benque Viejo installed the first ever bio-barrier across the Mopan in the hope of cleaning the river of trash and improving the waterway’s health. The barrier, made by the Rotarians, measures approximately 300 feet in length and is made from readily available components.

The barrier has already corralled a large amount of plastic bottles and other floating debris, and the Rotarian’s plan on collecting it all later today.

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