Traidhos Barge Program goes to work with the BMA

Ahead of World Environment Day on June 5, Saturday morning saw Barge staff and volunteers joining Bangkok Metropolitan Authority (BMA) to learn about the daily work to keep the Chao Phraya River and feeder canals, clear of rubbish in central Bangkok.

Staff will use their newfound knowledge to continue to inspire students of the need to refuse single-use plastics and look for alternative lifestyle choices that will cause less harm to the environment.

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