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RVA engage each year in clean ups and recycling actions to protect the environment.

Several events and actions have been carried out such as the “Let’s Talk Green” events, beach and river cleanups, a bigger “Trash March” and a cleanup competition among Eight North Leeward Schools.

Every time RVA makes a community action, the media is invited to document and bring it to the public.

Here are some examples of actions:  

in 2012-13, we collected a total of 7,3 Tons trash

 In total, 730 bags, with 7.300 kilos (or 7.3 tons) of trash were removed in this period. More than 500 people participated and helped clean the beaches.

Videos: Stopping Pollution 

World Coastal Clean Up Day St. Vincent and the Grenadines 2014

Stop Pollution and Prevent Trash!

The World's Cleanest Country Competition - St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Richmond Vale Academy - The World's Cleanest Country March.

World Coastal Clean Up Day 2010!

You throw it - You eat it! One month Climate Course Product.

Jazey Wallace - Book Launch at Chateuabeliar Primary School

Recycling Ralley with Richmond Vale Academy

RVA onboard the ERASMUS - Save the Ocean project


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