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Jubail Volunteer Club in partnership with SADAF organized Environment Preservation Campaign
Royal Commission for Jubail represented by  Jubail Volunteer Club (JVC) and through collaboration with Saudi Petrochemical Company (SADAF) recently unveiled a clean drive campaign along Abu Ali island beach with the participation of Sanitation Department and Education Services department represented by a number of volunteers from Al-Hajr, Al-Fayha and Al-Andalus elementary schools.
 
The program started with  messages from the organizers encouraging everyone for the preservation of environment and to enjoin all concerned citizens to help support and contribute in the creation of a waste-free Jubail Industrial City. This campaign further support  JVC Project: Green Life, which seeks to develop environmental awareness in the community and urge cooperation among all residents and nature lovers.
 
Volunteers through the supervision of Sanitation Department began their volunteer work by collecting garbage left by users and visitors along the shore followed by junk and litters gathering normally dumped from small boats or sea vehicles then they collectively transferred those waste in the trash truck  and dumped it in the trash area.
 
At the end of the program,  gifts were distributed to all the volunteers while certificates of appreciation were presented to Royal Commission, Social Services Department, Sanitation Department and representatives of all the participating schools.