Sea View is one of the Karachis most frequented beaches, with thousands of visitors every day, which also results in littering along the scenic coastline.
Mobilink Foundation Torchbearers and PALS volunteers conducted the beach cleaning activity and collected over 200 kg of garbage.
The activity was part of Mobilink Foundations continuing drive to preserve Pakistans eco-system and bio-diversity, with another ongoing initiative being the cleaning of the Margalla Hills in Islamabad. All waste material collected from these activities is recycled or disposed of in conformity with environment friendly measures.
“Pakistan has been blessed with a diversity of natural environments and our coast lines are some of the most beautiful in the world. This beach cleaning activity is part of our ongoing initiative across Pakistan to increase awareness and inculcate a sense of responsibility for the environment amongst our citizens,” said Omar Manzur, Head of Corporate Communications, Mobilink.
PALS is a non-profit organization aiming to provide free public services, including life-guards and other safety measures, along the beaches of Karachi. PALS is working to protect over 2 million visitors to the coastline of Karachi every year.
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