Sea­side Savers help­ing to fight the tide of plas­tic

Yorkshire Post - Business - - BUSINESS / NEWS -

A group of five pri­mary school­child­ren, known as the Sea­side Savers, are tak­ing part in Hum­ber­side Po­lice’s Life­style project, which aims to keep plas­tics out of the sea.

The Sea­side Savers – Joe Lind­gren, Ben Brock­le­bank, Kae­sey Lis­ter, Amelia Gal­lagherWard and McKen­zie Gal­lagherWard from With­ernsea

Pri­mary School – col­lected a stag­ger­ing 10,000 plas­tic bot­tles through­out the sum­mer hol­i­days.

They handed over their bags of plas­tic bot­tles to Barratt Homes and their waste man­age­ment ser­vice provider, Re­con­omy, at the Cherry Tree Court de­vel­op­ment in Wood­mansey.

He­lena Caulfield, the sales ad­viser at Cherry Tree Court, com­mented: “It was lovely to meet the children who have worked so hard to pre­serve our beau­ti­ful coast­line here in Hull.

“Barratt Homes are com­mit­ted to sup­port­ing en­vi­ron­men­tal projects.”

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