Ti Kaye monthly beach clean-up campaign continues to build momentum as their employees remain committed in keeping their community clean for their families and visitors alike to enjoy. The beach clean-up this month extended far beyond the perimeters of just Anse Cochon beach – one of the popular spots for diving and snorkeling on Saint Lucia’s beautiful west coast and also a well protected marine reserve area. The clean-up committee directed their focus on areas which
sometimes get neglected due to distance and lack of man power. The determination of a few volunteers went a long way as eight garbage bags filled with disposable waste consisting of mainly plastic items were collected along the access road to Ti Kaye resort. This was a challenge that was conquered on Thursday February 18th, 2016 with a total of eight volunteers. The team displayed a level of togetherness that illustrated “many hands make light work”. Ti Kaye has enlisted the support of the SLHTA as one of their actions for their “year of the environment” announced in January 2016 and hopes that with the support of other members of the hotel and tourism industry we can finally control this “plastic plague”.