On Saturday, at Saeng Chan Beach, Noen Phra Subdistrict, Mueang Rayong District. Rayong Province has organized an international beach garbage collection activity. (International Coastal Cleanup) for the year 2023, with cooperation from Noen Phra Subdistrict Municipality Department of Marine and Coastal Resources and The Youth Fund Association
For organizing this event To encourage people from different countries around the world to help keep marine trash off beaches and waterways. and classify the sources of marine garbage. Help each other change their behavior. To reduce the amount of marine waste from the beginning The event will be held every year on the 3rd Saturday of September. This year falls on Saturday, September 16, 2023, demonstrating the importance of conserving marine and coastal resources. Activities within the event include: Providing garbage collection equipment to event participants / beach garbage collection activities, distance 5 kilometers / garbage collection and garbage separation, in order to create awareness in everyone to create love. Cherishment of marine and coastal resources and creating a good environment for the community
Mr. Phuchong Saritchaikul, Director of Marine and Coastal Resources Office 1, said, “Throughout the past, NBTC 1 has always received good cooperation from many parties. We must note that the problem of marine garbage by In particular, various types of plastic packaging are becoming an environmental problem that the country must deal with. The government sector gives importance to solving such problems. By the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment There has been a push at the policy level to reduce plastic use. At the area level in Rayong Province The Marine and Coastal Resources Office No. 1 has carried out public relations to all coastal communities. Campaign for people to reduce their use of plastic and separate waste before disposing of it correctly according to academic principles. which is still considered a challenge, however, to solve the problem of marine garbage It requires cooperation and cooperation from both the public sector, the private sector, and the public in order to further achieve the goals.”
In addition, Mr. Kris Pakdeejit, Chairman of The Youth Fund Association
and Miss Satita Ninsuvannakul, vice president of the association, leads the team of youth representatives.
Miss Fahsai Phibunsongkhram
Miss Napaai Suriyabhivadh
He further said that “As a new generation youth Feeling proud to be a part of solving marine environmental problems. Together with the government and leading organizations, the Youth Fund network is a gathering of youth between the ages of 15-17 years of fellow students who are committed to jointly solving marine environmental problems. and continuously participate in social activities to conserve the country’s natural resources and environment, such as diving to recover undersea nets, planting corals Mangrove planting Support fishing groups in developing community waste banks. which organizes international beach garbage collection activities (International Coastal Cleanup) today is considered another important activity in bringing youth to be more attentive to the environment.”