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Annual Int'l Coastal Cleanup this Saturday

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The International Coastal Cleanup is scheduled for this Saturday. Close to 20 beaches are on the list and volunteers are needed. This is the 16th year of the cleanup organized annually by the Ocean Conservancy.

Last year on Guam over 3,000 volunteers collected close to 18,000 pounds of trash, including 8,900 cigarette filters and 21,000 aluminum cans. The International Coastal Cleanup is this Saturday starting at 7am.

Here are the beaches in need of your help for cleanup activities:

  • Marbo Cave
  • Ipan Beach Park
  • Tanguisson Beach
  • Tagachang Beach
  • Agat Beach
  • Asan Bay
  • Talofofo Bay
  • Oka Point
  • Pago Bay
  • Dungca's Beach
  • Paseo de Susana
  • Piti Shore
  • Umatac Bay
  • Merizo Bay
  • Inarajan Bay
  • UOG Marine Lab
  • Masso River
  • Asan Cut (Dive Site)
  • Agat Cemetery Wall (Dive Site)
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