Bridge Capital sponsors bin on Mt. Tapocchao

Staff of Bridge Capital, LLC and MINA Tasi Watch community rangers work to clean up litter left behind at Mt. Tapochao last Friday. (Contributed Photo)

Bridge Capital, LLC and MINA Tasi Watch community rangers worked together last Friday to clean up litter left behind at Mt. Tapochao.

The cleanup was part of MINA’s Adopt-a-Bin program, which aims to prevent harm to living marine resources by reducing the amount of land-based sources of marine debris. 

Sponsors provide valuable services to the island community, promoting an island culture of recycling and removing thousands of mixed waste and recyclable items along our coastal areas.

Because of Bridge Capital’s sponsorship, MINA was able to place a recycling bin on Mt. Tapochao for the second consecutive year.

For more information about MINA’s Adopt-a-Bin Program and other environmental projects, visit www.minapacific.org or contact 233-REEF, or minaoutreach@gmail.com. (MINA)

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