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More household trash dumped in Tank Beach area

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THE government should enforce the anti-littering law and take serious action against people who continue to dump their household trash in public areas, community volunteer Max Aguon said on Sunday.

Community volunteers Max Aguon, right, and Gerry Agulto show some of the household trash dumped in the Tank Beach area. Contributed photo


Last week, he said, he and fellow volunteer Gerry Agulto collected “lots of trash, including household junk” at Tank Beach in Kagman.

“We had cleaned the area for three days, but people are still dumping their trash,” Aguon said.

Only a few people are now spending time at Tank Beach, but there is always a lot of trash in the area, he added.

On Sunday, Aguon said he and Agulto picked up trash from the Minachom Atdao pavilion to the 13 Fishermen Monument on Beach Road.

Community volunteers Max Aguon, right, and Gerry Agulto pose for a photo while cleaning up a portion of the Beach Road pathway.

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“I think we need more volunteers especially nowadays when many have lost their jobs,” Aguon added.

He said he will continue to encourage community members to cooperate and help maintain the cleanliness of the island.

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