Ploggers collect kilos of trash, but jog few kilometres


Beach clean-up: One hundred and thirty ploggers collected over 330kg of rubbish from Teluk Bahang beach. —­ CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: Teluk Bahang beach may be less popular with tourists, but this hasn’t saved the 1km beach from being trashed – literally.

In just an hour, 130 “ploggers” collected over 330kg of trash on the beach yesterday.

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