Volunteers help to clean discarded masks on New Jersey beaches

SANDY HOOK, Surfing published an article New Jersey (WABC) — A devoted team of volunteers known as ‘Blank Ocean Motion’ Is operating to stay Lawn State seashores protected.

It’s a very powerful effort as discarded PPE continues to assemble alongside the Jersey Shore.

The crowd picked up 64 mask in Sandy Hook by myself. Generally the crowd has 3,500 volunteers, however on Saturday, that quantity grew to five,500.

Different abnormal pieces the crowd accumulated come with a GI Joe doll, bathroom brush, and a mini-fridge.

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