UK Power Networks joins Marine Conservation Society for Hove Beach Cleanup

FINANCE employees teamed up with a marine conservation organization to clean up a beach and collect 22kg of rubbish.

Sixteen finance staff from UK Power Networks helped a team of 100 volunteers collect rubbish during a litter pick-up along a stretch of Hove beach as part of the charity’s Great British Beach Clean.

An additional 18 kg of rubbish was collected on the wider beach.

The charity also runs the Source To Sea Litter Quest, which is an inland litter collection and survey.

Shauna Osborne, one of the UK Power Networks volunteers, said: “I had a really enjoyable day with my colleagues, it was so nice to come together and support such an important organisation.”

The employees participated as part of the local electric company’s “Donate a Day” volunteer program, which gives them two days each year to volunteer in their community.

Clare Trotman, Beachwatch Officer at the Marine Conservation Society said: “Thank you to all the UK Power Networks volunteers who joined us in Hove.

“Each piece of garbage collected not only cleans our beaches, but the recording provides important data that we then use to work towards cleaner seas in the future.”

To get involved in a beach cleanup with the Marine Conservation Society, visit the website.

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