Cyprus vs plastic - Zakaki Marsh Cleanup Part 2

Hello! The next nature clean-up event by Let’s Make Cyprus Green will be on Saturday, April 20th @ Zakaki Marsh in Limassol from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm.

Meeting Point – and registration please visit the Let’s Make Cyprus Green website

They will provide:

  • Recycling/trash bags
  • Refreshments
  • First aid kit
  • Face masks (for those who prefer to wear.)
  • A truck (but please bring yours if you have one – – it would help a lot!)
  • Garbage bins
  • Garden & latex gloves, however, we recommend that you bring your own gloves if you can just in case we run out of your size (gloves that are a thicker material to prevent any potential injuries).
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