Baby stroller, car parts among garbage collected by BC Ferries’ employees on B.C. shores

Baby stroller, car parts among garbage collected by BC Ferries' employees on B.C. shores
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Trash is picked up from a B.C. beach

More than 300 BC Ferries’ employees helped gather 1,725 kilograms of garbage from 50 kilometres of B.C.’s shorelines.

The corporation said in a release workers from Vancouver Island, the northern and southern Gulf Islands, Sunshine Coast and Haida Gwaii participated in 20 separate clean-up events.

Some of the items retrieved included a baby stroller, various car parts and a can of ham.

“Our employees live and work in coastal British Columbia, and are dedicated to making a positive impact in the communities we serve,” BC Ferries’ Vice President of Marketing & Customer Experience Janet Carson said in a statement.

“Caring for the environment is a cornerstone of the work we do with coastal communities. It’s a natural fit for us to help keep B.C. beaches clean for our marine life and everyone to enjoy.”


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