16,130 Pounds of Trash Removed from CT Beaches

Seaside Park cleanup volunteers in Bridgeport. Photo/Save the Sound.

New Haven Register: A total of 2,450 people picked up 16,310 pounds of trash from 57 miles of Connecticut riverfronts and beaches in 2012 in activities coordinated by Save the Sound, a program of Connecticut Fund for the Environment, the organization said Monday [December 3].

Lighthouse Point Park cleanup in New Haven. Photo/Save the Sound.

Save the Sound helped to coordinate 57 coastal cleanup activities across the state this year, said Kierran Broatch, Save the Sound’s volunteer and outreach coordinator.

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