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Corporates keeping the coasts clear

Published:Thursday | September 25, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Caroline Kelly, trade visibility executive for Red Stripe, helps to collect garbage along the Fort Rocky coastline during the Jamaica Environmental Trust Coastal Beach Clean-up.
Jason Guy, senior analyst at Pepsi Cola, cleans the roadside at Fort Rocky.
CHEC Americas team was stationed along the Palisadoes Highway shoreline and cleared much debris, including plastic bottles, shoes, television sets, car bumpers, refrigerator doors, among other colourful items. The company has participated in this annual clean-up effort for the past three years
Courtney Campbell (centre), chief executive officer of GraceKennedy Financial Group, at the International Coastal Clean-up Day at Palisadoes.
Contributed Photos The volunteers from the JN Foundation had some heavy lifting to do from the look of this pile of old motor-vehicle parts.
JN Foundation team members remove this old tyre from the Portland coastline.
Employees of China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) collecting several bags of garbage from the Rocky Beach along the Palisadoes Strip in Kingston on September 20, in observation of International Coastal Clean-up Day.

Last Saturday was observed worldwide as International Coastal Clean-up Day, and here in Jamaica, members of corporate Jamaica were out in full force to rid the beaches and coastline of all the debris collected there. Here are snapshots from the activity.