Beach A or B?
Which beach view you more than prefer?🤔🤔
Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK) has cleaned up the garbage that scattered across Likas Bay. Estimate around seven lorries (5 six-tonne lorries and 2 three-tonne lorries) were dispatched for the job on 24th and 25th SEP.
DBKK Mayor’s Office communication and media unit officer Mohd Khairul Anwar Ahmad said that the rubbish on the beach was believed to be caused by the flash flood in the area earlier weeks. He added the continuous heavy rain had raised the sea levels, washing rubbish, debris, and green waste to the beach from rivers around the area.
Sabah citizen also need to have awareness for not littering at public place. To protect our environment, #thinkbeforeuse , it can decrease the rubbish that we throw in daily.
#GreenBuddy #useyourhandstochangeyourlife #environmental #awarenesspost
Oct 16, 2021Read More...