An innovative litter trap that floats in rivers and collects floating trash has received a critical boost from the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD), according to the South River Watershed Alliance (SRWA).
The Alliance and a partnership of community organizations, businesses and local governments recently received notification of a $75,000 Regional Water Planning Seed Grant from the EPD. The grant money will be used toward the purchase of a $324,000 “Bandalong Litter Trap” for the river.
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