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Kar Coast Guard No 3 New Mangalore Organised International Coastal Cleanup Day

International Coastal Cleanup Day commenced at Panambur beach on 17 Sep 22 by Coast Guard District Headquarters No. 3 Karnataka in coordination with the Ministry of Earth Sciences with a total of 1200 personnel from various walks of life and organizations viz. local administration, NCC, NSS, NMPA, CISF, Customs, CMFRI, local NGOs etc participated in the event.

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The Indian Coast Guard along with MoES also coordinated the event at other beaches of Karnataka viz. Ullal, Malpe, Murudeshwar and Karwar where the local populace and stakeholders participated with zeal and enthusiasm.


Nalin Kumar Kateel, MP, was the Chief Guest to flag off the event at Panambur beach. The event commenced at 7 am when all the participants were provided with gash bags and protective gloves to undertake cleaning of the beach and surroundings. A total of 600 kg of gash was collected from the beach for further segregation and recycling by the authorized recycling plant.

The awareness of clean shore beaches was imparted amongst all participants. The feeling of ecstasy and togetherness was evident in the team and comradeship was seen among various age groups, professionals, and organizations, which is envisaged for the following years.

 

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