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Mayaro Beach Cleanup
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Presidential Beach Clean-Up

Climate change is not just a long-term issue; it is happening today and it affects us all!

Presidential Insurance recognizes the challenges facing our society in dealing with global warming, climate change, and pollution. We must all make an effort to address and make changes that will ultimately protect our future generations.

The Mayaro Beach Clean-Up was a small initiative aimed at getting rid of garbage and debris that pollute our beaches and landscape.

The management and staff of PICL who volunteered were pleased to partner with Second Crossing Hardware and Earth Works Solution Limited, both of which donated garbage bags and gloves to assist in the cleanup drive.

Plastic bottles, soda cans, fishing nets & rubber slippers to name a few. It was a sight for sore eyes and we look forward to anotherbeac cleanup in the near future!

A common sight at Frontin Road Mayaro beach, as piles of rubbish, were scattered across the shoreline. 


FACT: Caribbean Islands are the biggest plastic polluters per capita in the world. In 2016, global plastic waste amounted to some 242 million metric tons. Of this, 137 million tonnes (or more than 57%) originated in East Asia, the Pacific, Europe, Central Asia, and North America, much of which made its way into the ocean.

Source:  Daphne Ewing-Chow | Forbes

Presidential Insurance is committed to addressing the burning issues facing our environment. The company identifies the need to give back. Partnering with other corporate entities was an excellent opportunity to engage in team-building activity that enhanced the combined effort in tackling the problem of pollution on our nation’s beaches.

We support and encourage citizens to get started, whether it is at their homes, communities, schools, or workplace. We all need to play our part in saving our country our planet our home.

Without action now- climate change will get worse and intensify the destruction of this earth.



As citizens of Trinidad and Tobago, we love our beaches. They are a great form of recreation and many of us spend quality time with our family and loved ones relaxing on our nation’s beaches.

Interested in joining us at our next beach cleanup event? Send us an email of interest via the link below.

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