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Clean Up of a Polluted Port

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The Fight for Οur Seas!
We gave it our Best and managed to pull out a ton of trash,from Mikrolimano port Athens.
One of the most beautifull yet polluted ports in Greece!

 
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The Fight for Οur Seas!
We gave it our Best and managed to pull out a ton of trash,from Mikrolimano port Athens.
One of the most beautifull yet polluted ports in Greece!


Hey guys, this is awesome! I'm hosting an underwater cleanup event for World Oceans Day and would love to get you involved! If you're interested please read the pdf attached and shoot me an email on 100yrcleanup@zeroco.com.au
Cheers!
 

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