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Cleaning up 77 different localities in Malta

Although not Maltese but resident in Malta and although not resident in her home country, Camilla Appelgren believes that as she is living here it is her duty to ensure the country is clean and free from refuse.

Camilla is from Sweden but she has a great love for her environment and through social media she mounts a number of events that draws numbers of volunteers to take to the countryside and clear the rubbish that is negligently left there by others.

Today, being Earth Day, Camilla has created the group Malta Clean Up with a determination to clear-up no less than 77 different localities in Malta with the help of her volunteers and 63 Local Councils.

Her quest has now become so popular that she has attracted the attention of the global organisation 4Ocean which will also be participating in today’s grand event.

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