Warwick Hotels and Resorts Coral Coast properties this week continued their quarterly road side clean-up programme with teams from Warwick Fiji and The Naviti Resort collecting road side rubbish from Maui Bay to Komave village.
Team members, with help from their families and young people from the surrounding villages, picked up an assortment of rubbish on both sides of the Queen’s Highway in the initiative which is designed to create community awareness to keep Fiji clean and beautiful.
The roadside clean-up was supported by Fiji Water with roadside banners, bottles of water and t-shirts for those participating. The environmentally conscious participants recovered from their morning’s work with refreshments provided by the resorts.
Brad Downton, General Manager of Warwick Fiji said “It was great to have so many young members of our local communities help in the efforts to beautify our region”.
As part of Warwick Fiji’s commitment to the environment and the communities on the Coral Coast the resort provides a twice monthly bulk rubbish collection for the villages of Naboutini, Navutulevu, Namatakula, Komave, Navau, Biausevu, Votua, and Namada.
Environmental practices within Warwick Fiji have resulted in the recycling of 12442 kilos of recyclable rubbish and over 109,000 glass bottles since 1 August 2015.
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