SDM Beach Cleanup

Posted On March 2, 2020

Last Saturday, 29th February, SDM organized a Beach Clean Up at Golden Bay. The event was open for the general public to participate. SDM have organized beach clean ups in the past as well.

It was a fun yet productive event for all those present. Loads of garbage bags packed with plastic, cigarette buds and other rubbish, were collected and removed from the beach. The place was left in a much better state than before. The aim was to get people into the initiative of keeping our beaches and the environment, in general, clean. This, of course, is to be able to help the current environmental issues as well as enjoy the beautiful beaches our country provides.


SDM was in collaboration with 12 student organizations; ESA – Earth Systems Association, MAKE – Malta Association for Knowledge and Education, MKSA – Media and Knowledge Sciences Association, UESA – University Engineering Students’ Association, Tourism Students Association (TSA), Third Eye, S-Cubed, SACES, ASCS, MHSA – Malta Health Students’ Association, University of Malta Futsal, GUG.

Written by Corrine Zahra

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