Calling all children- carers of our planet! On 23 march the west coast national park released their recycle programme ñ the change save, which aims to create environmental cognizance through instilling the three rs ñ lessen, reuse, recycle ñ amongst the youngsters in the langebaan community. The swap keep is a nearby task where the west coast countrywide park is encouraging the youngsters of the langebaan network to get concerned and do their bit for the environment. They ask all children to gather all recyclable materials and bring them to the change store in exchange for tokens. As soon as sufficient tokens are gathered, they can change them out for an object of their choice in the change store. Langebaan u .
S . A . Property (lce) has partnered with sanparks in useful resource of the swop store and have donated a box, racks, stationery and a signature board to the cost of over r50 000. Craig scott, ceo of langebaan u . S . A . Estate, says that ìlangebaan united states of america estate is delighted to be part of the swop save undertaking and looks forward to working with sanparks. It's far essential to create cognizance about the impact of pollution in our town, parks and seas and maintain them smooth for destiny generations. I also sense his undertaking has brilliant synergy with the task we launched 6 months in the past where lce employs 2 workforce participants to easy up the roads and public areas within sea view park.î