Conyers Dill & Pearman recently joined the Chamber’s anti-littering initiative.
This programme was started when Past President David Foster launched a campaign to place trash and recycling receptacles throughout Grand Cayman in an effort to keep Cayman clean and green.
The containers are designed to fit into corners or against walls and are durable enough to be used as outdoor recycling containers.
The bins have a number of uses for easy waste disposal and collection of waste material for recycling or as garbage dispensers in public areas to reduce littering.
‘There are several paths to a greener Cayman,’ said Chamber President Eddie Thompson.
‘Reducing litter and recycling are efficient ways for the community to participate in the process … We continue to encourage community members to sign the Chamber’s environmental pledge, promote the benefits of recycling, and participate in another Earth Day Roadside Clean-Up scheduled for April 2009,’ he said.
Organisations interested in sponsoring these containers should contact Joanne Diaz-Berry at 949-8090 ext. 123 or [email protected]