Your Chance to Clean Up Bali?s Beaches - May 30, 2012
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and Quiksilver joined forces back in 2008 in a concerted effort to tackle the disturbing issue of trash on Bali?s beaches, ever-increasing water pollution, and saving the endangered sea turtles. Since then they have expended in excess of $200,000 USD each year funding programs in the attempt to clean up the beaches and water supplies, as well as setting up the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation.
In addition to these efforts, coming up on July 6th-8th this year, Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and Quilsilver are hosting their 2nd annual ?Big Bali Eco Weekend? on Kuta Beach. According to Bruce Waterfield, Business Services Director of Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia, ?We have been running ?Bali Beach Clean Up? for nearly five years now, but this year we give opportunity to industry and individuals who want to help us raise enough money to purchase beach clean-up equipment that will be operated by local government to keep Bali beaches clean.?
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