UCA Students Clean Over 300kg of Trash from Naryn Riverside

Date: 17 September 2018
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Participating in the World Cleanup Day on September 15th, undergraduate students from UCA’s Naryn campus collected over 300 kilograms of trash along the Naryn river. This event was organised and celebrated globally by millions of people cross 150 countries.


The initiative aims to unite volunteers and partners worldwide to rid the planet of trash, picking up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets. The theme of World Cleanup Day is "One day. One planet. One goal." It was celebrated with a powerful ‘green wave’ of cleanups which started in New Zealand and ended 36 hours later in Hawaii.
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