By Euro Weekly News Media • 26 October 2019 • 19:00
TRASH MOUND: The cleanup effort resulted in the collection of some 3,000 kilos of rubbish.
CREDIT: Asociacion Serbal Almería Facebook @serbalmeria
THE consequences of September’s extreme weather are still evident in some parts of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park.
This was particularly the case when 169 members of 25 different groups and associations recently set about clearing rubbish and accumulated debris from the Rambla Morales where it comes out onto the beach.
In all they gathered some 3,000 kilos of trash, old tyres, plastic and sizeable objects like discarded fridges and heaters.
Among the environmental groups taking part in the beach cleanup effort was the SERBAL Society for the Study and Recovery of Almerian Biodiversity.
“We hope this serves to grab the attention of the administrations and collectives so they implement a solution to this catastrophe”, SERBAL commented on social media.
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