30 workers of the Environment and Resources Authority have registered their organs for donations after their death. The noble gesture was made during a blood donation activity organised by the Authority.
19 other persons donated blood during the ERA activity. The authority also invited workers from three other companies who visit their building, where the National Blood Transfusion Service is located and also representatives from the National Register of Organs and Human Tissues Donation.
ERA’s chief executive, Dr Louise Spiteri, said that such initiatives complement the Authority’s work as an environment regulator, and that a significant number of donations reflect the responsibility that ERA workers feel towards the current and future generations.