Some of the rubbish collected. Image – Malaga Provincial Council

PUNTA CHULLERA beach in Manilva was the scene of a massive clean up on Saturday, May 7 as part of the ‘Mares 0.0’ campaign. 

The long-term goal for the clean up in Manilva is to raise awareness about the important problem that plastics cause to the natural environment and the initiative falls within the ‘Malaga+Viva’ (Malaga more alive) programme promoted by the Malaga Provincial Council. 

The delegate for the Environment of Manilva Council, Laura Lopez said that “initiatives like these will always be promoted by the town hall with the aim that, both the young and adults, keep in mind the importance of taking care of our Mediterranean coastline.” 

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