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Activity date : Saturday, 15 July 2017
Location : 3199
Full BP/LOS bgs picked up Inc bottles & cans : 13 Bags
Full BP/LOS bgs of drink containers picked up : N/A
Estimated kgs picked up : 64 Kg
Time spent for this event : 40 Hours
Number of collected bottles : 159
Container Volume % of total rubbish : N/A
Number of collected syringes : 0
Cleaned length : 1000 m
Cleaned width : 27 m
Cleaned area : 27000 m2
Most common items collected : Cigarette butts
Drink Containers. All bottles and cans for CDS count
Straws
Were there any nurdles? : 1000+

With the temperature at 8.4 degrees celsius, it was a great turnout as always by our team of dedicated volunteers. In all, 40 people made it along which included a team of 6 divers from Diveline Aus here in Frankston, joining us as part of PADI's Womens Dive Day.

Not deterred by the cold, the team got in and made a big impact on the litter, a lot of which was washed in by winter weather, but still, so much was left by people who seem to mindlessly leave their trash behind.

All in all, it was another great team effort and an absolute testament to the our volunteers determination to make a difference to not only Frankston's shoreline, but Port Phillip and its marine life.

Our next clean up will be at Frankston Pier, Saturday, 19th of August, 9:50am Safety Briefing ahead of a 10:00am Clean Up. We can't wait to see you there.
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As always, a big thanks to our volunteers, sponsors and supporters, without whom, we could not continue to do the great work we do.
Frankston City Council
Braaap Frankston
Fit Body Fit Mind
Diveline Aus
The Dharma Hub
Section G12 Maintenance
Cignall Frankston
Peninsula Surf Centre
Peninsula Camera Centre
Snap Printing, Frankston
Mic Mac's Asian Grocer, and 
Foot Street Newsagency





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