RAK Recycles latest beach clean-up at Al Marjan was the biggest in RAK to date, with more than 300 volunteers and 1320 kgs of waste collected in one hour.
Various groups and companies such as Sea Sheperd Middle East, Van Oord, RAK Ceramics, RAK Medical Health Sciences University, Hilton Hotel Group and RAK Hospital were present.
RAK Recycles is a pioneering, Emirate wide recycling initiative that was created within RAK Waste Management Agency in June 2017 has been conducting weekly clean-ups of Ras Al Khaimahs beaches since the campaign started.
Janet Hartenzberg, Outreach Co-ordinator of RAK Recycles said As an agency we are beyond proud of how members of the Ras Al Khaimah community have volunteered their free time to clean up our beautiful beaches, that are the source of much joy for residents and visitors alike.
The next beach clean- up will take place at Shaams on Saturday 10th March from 8-10am. Subsequent beach clean-ups will take place on 24th March at the Bin Majid beach and April 7 at Rams beach.