Waterway clean

Nicola Ryan Local News

Waterway clean

Members of the Sunshine Coast Clean-up Divers group have revealed just how much trash they removed from out waterways in the past 12 months.

 

A total of 28 volunteers undertook clean-up efforts at five locations, collecting 3,549 items of rubbish, or 350 kilograms.

 

Most of the items collected were fishing related including fishing line, hooks and sinkers.

92.7 Mix FM News Team – January 29, 2019

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