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Eco Clean Marine Leads Coastal Cleanup Success: 85 Buckets of Trash Tackled by 43 Volunteers

In a remarkable display of community spirit and environmental stewardship, Eco Clean Marine orchestrated a sensational trash pick-up event at The Original Oyster House Parking Lot in Gulf Shores on May 4, 2024. The initiative drew an incredible turnout with 43 enthusiastic volunteers converging to tackle the tides of trash that had washed up on our shores.

Armed with determination and a passion for preserving our coastal paradise, the Eco Clean Marine crew wasted no time. In just one whirlwind hour, these Eco-warriors managed to amass an impressive haul: a staggering 85 hefty 5-gallon buckets overflowing with discarded debris.

Courtney Dombroski, the visionary CEO of Eco Clean Marine, led by example, rolling up sleeves and diving headfirst into the effort. Courtney dedicated a solid two hours to the cause, demonstrating a hands-on commitment that inspired everyone involved.

"I'm immensely proud of our team and the community for coming together to make a tangible difference," remarked Courtney Dombroski. "This isn't just about cleaning up; it's about showing our love for the Gulf and setting a standard for responsible coastal living."

The event was not just about picking up trash; it was a celebration of collective action and the power of positive change. Laughter and camaraderie filled the air as volunteers swapped stories and bonded over their shared passion for our precious marine environment.

Eco Clean Marine extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the volunteers whose hard work and enthusiasm made this event such a resounding success. The impact of their efforts reverberates far beyond the parking lot, sending a clear message of hope and determination to everyone who cares about keeping our oceans pristine.

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