Waste Audit for Villingili Beach

Over 40 Kgs of waste accumulates on the beach per day! And over 14 tonnes of waste per year are accumulated on the beaches of Villingili. This is a large amount of waste for a small beach. EXTRAPOLATION OF BEACH WASTE AUDIT TOTAL SQ AREA AUDITED (FT) 26,745.00 TOTAL MASS OF WASTE COLLECTED (GRAMS) 72,775.00 AVERAGE […]

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Fibreglass on Villingili Beach

Fibreglass is a material made out of fibres of glass. While its applications are varied and many, it poses health risks to those who come into contact with it without proper protective gear. If not handled properly, the resin in fibreglass is believed to cause eye irritation, skin irritation,  risks to lungs on inhalation from air-borne particles and even kidney diseases. Since fiber glass […]

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Clean-up Event Postponed to 02 March 2013

The Annual Clean-up Event of Save the Beach is re-scheduled for Saturday, 02 March 2013. Cleaning will start at 9.00 in the morning. A traditional lunch of Mas Bai and Theluli Rihaakuru will be served to all participants – along with entertainment on the beach. There will be music from morning onwards with the last entertainment […]

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Bin Donations Open

Rate 1 Dustbin 1700 MRF A Pair (2 Bins) 3400 MRF A pair of dustbins are used One for recyclable items, and One for non-recyclable waste. The dustbin size we are looking for is 3 feet in height and 1.5 feet across. The name of contributor will appear on the lid of the dustbin permanently in […]

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Thank you Timber House

Thank you timber house for the very generous timber donations for the signboards.

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