Tuesday August 16 | DEAUVILLE
Place Claude Lelouch

Collective pick-ups on Deauville beach



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Every day, from 4 a.m., Deauville beach is thoroughly cleaned by 5 agents from the Deauville road service equipped with motorized vehicles. In season, there are also four seafront agents mobilized from 12 p.m. to 21:30 p.m. to take care of cleaning the boards and emptying the 56 bins made available to the public. Each umbrella is also responsible for maintaining its own "work area".
The 55 seasonal workers at work on the seafront to welcome holidaymakers have been made very aware of the preservation of the beach and its cleanliness. One of them is for the 2022 season responsible for beach preservation awareness. Holder of a Master 2 in sustainable development economics, she is in charge of organizing collective collections, every Tuesday at 18 p.m. and the rest of the time explaining the issues to beach users.
Collective collections are popular every year with many people. Departure is from Place Claude Lelouch.

There is no shortage of messages on the Deauville seafront calling for respect for the environment. Beach charter, phrases on the ground and radio messages are added to the dialogue established with beach users.

This year, the City will also continue the "Fill the bottle" operation. At the initiative of teenagers, the "Fill the bottle" movement aims to encourage people to pick up the cigarette butts that invade public places. The principle: fill a bottle with cigarette butts (1 liter format) and post the photo of the bottle on your social network. The City of Deauville has decided to get involved in the movement by thanking all the people who participate. Each bottle filled will also be worth a free entry to enjoy the sea water of the Olympic swimming pool or a moment at the Happy Deauville Club. The operation lasts all summer: meet on Tuesday, August 30 for the winners.
PRACTICAL: bring your bottles back to the waterfront office – Place Claude Lelouch.

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