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Resorts’ Guests Join In On Island Clean-Up Project

  As part of its corporate social responsibility programme, three resorts on iconic Malolo Lailai conducted a beach clean-up recently. Plantation Island Resort, Lomani Island Resort, and Musket Cove Island
24 Sep 2018 10:00
Resorts’ Guests Join In On Island Clean-Up Project
Guests joined staff from all three resorts on Malolo Lailai during the recent clean-up project

 

As part of its corporate social responsibility programme, three resorts on iconic Malolo Lailai conducted a beach clean-up recently.

Plantation Island Resort, Lomani Island Resort, and Musket Cove Island Resort and many of their guests were all part of the clean-up.

Teams from the resorts in collaboration with guests and staff members joined the initiative designed to create community awareness to ensure Malolo Lailai region’s natural beauty is maintained.

Plantation Island Resort general manager Alex Wilson said: “It was an extraordinary.

“More importantly, we had guests from all three resorts on Malolo Island.

“The resorts’ commitment to the local community and the reduction of their environmental footprints will ensure guests arrive at a beautiful and litter-free Malolo Lailai.

“The latest campaign, the fourth for the year, resulted in an increase in the number of participants from resort guests and we believe the programme’s continuing message had been effective with young people keen to keep their communities litter-free.

“A total of 150 environmentally-conscious individuals took part in the clean-up.

“This included some resort guests and 50 staff members from the three resorts.

“Resort guests, including the children, were involved in terms of awareness on keeping Malolo Lailai clean.”

It was an early start as the teams met with garbage bags and gloves to comb the area picking up an assortment of rubbish.

The vicinities covered by the three properties were from Cubi to the passageway between the islands.

Plastic bottles, snack packet wrappers, baby nappies and even roofing materials were found along the clean-up area.

“The environmentally-conscious” participants celebrated their efforts with refreshments provided by the resorts.

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