San Juan’s Litter | Costa Tropical Gazette News

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Despite revellers having the room to take their grub & stuff to the beach for San Juan, they didn’t appear to have had enough room to take their litter with them.

Yes, around 100 tonnes of rubbish were left on Almuñécar’s beaches on the morning of the 24th and a cleaning crew of 30 were needed to deal with it, backed by three tractors and lorries so that it could be dumped into nine builders’ skips.

There was not only litter to be removed but also the ashes from the numerous bonfires. People had refrained from bringing items of furniture from their homes this time and dumping there.

The Councillor for Beaches and the Environment, Lucía González, supervised the clean up operation so that the municipal beaches would be ready for normal use over the weekend.

Which was the beach where most litter was removed from? Dead Beach and the far end of Cotobro.

The Policía Local, Guardia Civil, Bomberos and Protección Civil had no situations to deal with, fortunately, according to the town’s Chief of Police.

(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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