Wyndham Hotels, Ajman celebrates Earth Day with beach clean-up

The theme for this year’s Earth Day is ‘Protect Our Species’

Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman, Earth Day 2019

To celebrate Earth Day 2019, Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche, Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Ajman, and Ramada by Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman organised a beach clean-up.

The theme for this year’s Earth Day is ‘Protect Our Species’, and keeping in line with it, the beach-cleanup “activity aimed to raise awareness on waste disposal and how garbage that pollutes the seas poses a threat to marine species.”

The hotels also distributed reusable shopping bags among the participants to limit the use of plastic bags.

Talking about this, Iftikhar Hamdani, cluster general manager, said, “This year, we want to send a message to everyone on the importance of protecting not just our beaches, but all bodies of water and all the lifeforms that they support. We have to look at the bigger picture and realise that a simple act of picking out trash and keeping our beaches clean so that the garbage will not end up in the ocean, can create positive impact in the ecosystem.”

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