posted on July 18, 2015 05:45
|Activity date :|| Saturday, 18 July 2015|
|Location : ||3199|
|Full BP/LOS bgs picked up Inc bottles & cans : ||17 Bags|
|Full BP/LOS bgs of drink containers picked up : ||N/A|
|Estimated kgs picked up : ||43 Kg|
|Time spent for this event : ||15 Hours|
|Number of collected bottles : ||23|
|Container Volume % of total rubbish : ||N/A|
|Number of collected syringes : ||4|
|Cleaned length : ||800 m|
|Cleaned width : ||20 m|
|Cleaned area : ||16000 m2|
|Most common items collected : ||Straws|
|Plastic fragments < 5cm|
|Plastic chip bags and confectionary wrappers|
|Were there any nurdles? : ||None|
A great day was had by all as 3199 Frankston Beach Patrol ascended on Frankston beach today.
Working for the second time between Kannanook Creek and Oliver's Hill, part of the team made a dedicated effort today to tackle the rocks near the entrance to the Oliver's Hill car park while others continued along the beach.
Despite the forecast of showers earlier in the week, the weather was glorious with the shining down upon the group of 15 dedicated volunteers. It was also great to see some familiar faces once again whilst welcoming a few new ones as well.
Following the successful clean up, about 10 or so members made their way over the highway to the ever popular Aum Shanti café for a very well deserved drink and for those with an appetite, a bite to eat.
Frankston can certainly be equally as proud of the effort made by the group today as I am, the result of which are listed.