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Year 11 John Gray Recyclers Act to Preserve our Heritage
Barkers Is Beautiful Once More - Thanks to Shannon and her DEH team
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 Shannon and her DEH Team
Shannon and her DEH Team do a wonderful job of restoring the natural beauty of Barkers
 Barkers is Beautiful Once More
All of the dumped items have been removed by the Solid Waste Department of the DEH

The John Gray Recyclers would like to thank the Department of Environmental Health for all their hard work to make Barkers Beautiful. 
Thank you Mr Ronald Dilbert Acting Assistant Director of Solid Waste Section for helping with our Barkers' Clean Up, on 29 March 2004, for providing us with a Recycling Bin in the beach area, and for providing new signs for the Barkers National Park to deter people from dumping and littering. 
Also many thanks to Mr Dwight Connor who operated the grab truck and worked exceptionally hard to collect over 15 cu yds of dumped items.