The campaign was organized by the city's ocean bureau, Yantian and Dapeng governments, and two local environment-protection groups, Shenzhen Blue Ocean Conservation Association (BOCA) and Shenzhen Mangrove Wetlands Conservation Foundation (MCF).
Shenzhen JTT Technology Co.,Ltd. joined this meaningful event by sending its T60 UAV, which is widely used in patrolling and SAR, helped to record the whole event with its high-solution wireless transmission system , reliable performance featured with long endurance time and large payload. The campaign was launched by following calls by international environmentalist groups Ocean Conservancy and Project Aware.MORE than 2,000 volunteers from Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Huizhou collected 3.38 tons of garbage from 24 beaches in Shenzhen on Sunday, organizers said. The Shenzhen event was part of a national beach cleanup campaign launched by BOCA and MCF in cooperation with 24 other nonprofit organizations.
Sanya, Shanghai, Qingdao and Dalian also saw a large number of volunteers taking to the cities' beaches. Shenzhen has a coastline of 230 kilometers with many beaches. Tourists who flood the beaches during weekends and holidays leave huge amounts of trash on the beaches and seabed. Nearly 500,000 beachgoers dumped 362 tons of garbage on Dameisha beach during the three-day Dragon Boat Festival holiday last year. http://www.jttuav.com/en/newsdetail.html?id=115