Make your own free website on Tripod.com

John Gray Recyclers Act to Preserve Cayman Islands Heritage

Preserving our Coral Reefs and Marine Life by Hi-Cone Plastic Six Pack Holder Recycling
Home | Alert - Coral Reefs/Marine Life are being killed by harmful marine debris! | How Can We Preserve Our Coral Reefs? | Guess What - Turtles have an inbuilt sensing of magnetic fields to help them with their migration? | Alert - Turtles migratory paths follow gyres and ocean currents full of marine debris | Our Action Plan to help protect coral reefs and marine life from destruction | Beautifying Barkers/Preserving our Heritage | We show Shannon the Dumping/Littering/Marine Debris Problems | Barkers is Overflowing with Marine Debris/Litter - We need help! | How Can We Solve the Problems at Barkers? Our Action Plan | How are we Preserving Barkers/Our Blue Iguanas? Our Action Plan | Information about Quincy, our adopted Baby Blue Iguana | Preserving our Coral Reefs and Marine Life by Hi-Cone Plastic Six Pack Holder Recycling | Barkers Is Beautiful Once More - Thanks to Shannon and her DEH team | Contact us and join us with our Coral Preservation Work

JGR bring Hi-Cone Recycling to Lighthouse School
JGRecyclers bring Hi-Cone Six-Pack Holder Recycling to the Lighthouse School, Grand Cayman

Plastic Six-Pack Recycling - Lighthouse School

The John Gray Recyclers visited the Lighthouse School on Tuesday, 23 March and presented a group of very enthusiastic students with their very own Hi-Cone Plastic Six Pack Recycling tree.  The John Gray Recyclers explained to the students and staff about the importance of "ReUsing" and "Recycling" to keep our environment clean and healthy, and to preserve our beautiful Coral Reefs and marine life.  After the presentation the students talked with the John Gray Recyclers and placed their six pack holders on their tree.
 
When the tree is full it will have approximately 1,000 six pack holders on.  The students of the Lighthouse School and the John Gray Recyclers then plan a visit to Bodden Beverages where they will find out how Bodden Beverages "Reuse" the six-pack holders.  Any left over will then be forwarded to Hi-Cone in the United States for recycling.
 
The John Gray Recyclers are very excited about introducing plastic recycling into the Cayman Islands and hope that more plastic recycling will take place soon. 

 Plastic found at Barkers in a Short Random Survey