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Collection of Dumped Items from Barkers by Cayman Islands' Department of Environmental Health
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YEAR 11 JOHN GRAY RECYCLERS - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - REMOVE 15 CUBIC YDS OF SOLID WASTE FROM BARKERS NATIONAL PARK - MAY 2006
Designed and Created by Freddy Diaz
Designed and Created by John Gray Recycler Freddy Diaz

Cayman Islands' Department of Environmental Health
Grab Truck with the very hardworking driver/operator

May 2006 - Year 11 John Gray Recyclers visited Barkers' to collect garbage and help with the organisation of the collection of 15 cubic yds of solid waste from the dykes, and close to the Barkers' sign, in just under two hours.  More solid waste had been dumped since our clean up 10 days ago!  Mr Sydney Moore from the DEH joined us to co-ordinate the clean up.

Removal of sofa and other items
close to the Barkers' sign

Garbage in the dyke being removed by grab truck

This garbage was removed by the grab truck

and yet more garbage removed by the grab truck

Thresia removing garbage from a dyke. Close to the
garbage we saw fish, a crab and jellyfish, as well as algae

More dumped items being removed!

Mr Moore DEH, Patrianna, Sherelle and Thresia
stand in a clean area - thanks to DEH and the grab truck!

The John Gray Recyclers would like to thank the Cayman Islands' Department of Environmental Health for organising the clean up of solid waste so quickly for us. It was a wonderful experience to watch all the garbage that was so harmful to marine/land flora and fauna being removed from this area to be placed in the George Town landfill.

Link to return to Coral Reef/Mangrove Preservation at Barkers' National Park - April 2006