Mayor Ducey Thanks Volunteers for Cleaning Brick Beaches

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BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ – Volunteers working during the 35th annual Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweep in Brick helped to clean up the township beaches this weekend.  The group removed bags of litter left throughout the summer season.  Brick Mayor John Ducey thanked the volunteers for their efforts.

“Thank you to everyone who volunteered and participated in the 35th Annual Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweep,” Duce said.

“Beach Sweeps help reduce litter pollution on land before it becomes harmful and even lethal to aquatic life. The data from the Beach Sweeps turns a one-day event into a legacy of information to increase public awareness and change wasteful habits, enforce litter laws, and improve policies to reduce sources of marine debris,” Clean Ocean Action said of its latest beach sweep.


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