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Earth Today | FLOW employees tackle dirty beaches

Earth Today | FLOW employees tackle dirty beaches

STAFF VOLUNTEERS at FLOW Jamaica recently demonstrated their commitment to environmental health by removing close to 100 bags of garbage and plastic bottles from three of Jamaica’s beaches

STAFF VOLUNTEERS at FLOW Jamaica recently demonstrated their commitment to environmental health by removing close to 100 bags of garbage and plastic bottles from three of Jamaica’s beaches.

The activities were carried out at the Sirgany Beach in Kingston, New Causeway Fishing Village (Dyke Road) in St Catherine, and The Meeting Place Fishing Village in St James, ahead of the company’s annual Mission Week, observed this year from November 15-19.

Carmelo De Grazia

The activities were also in support of the Jamaica Environment Trust’s (JET’s) coastal clean-up drive.

Carmelo De Grazia Suárez

“We were happy to support JET on this project as part of our own Mission Week focus on helping to build resilient communities through environment cleansing. As a business, we are committed to making meaningful and lasting contributions to the communities in which our staff members live and work,” said Ceila Morgan, manager of communications at FLOW

Programmes Director at JET Lauren Creary was appreciative of FLOW’s involvement in the clean-up

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