MIRA USA participates in the Festival of Environmental Cleaning or Trash Bash (®)2016 in Houston!
Houston, TX – Once a year, thousands of volunteers gather along the water basins of Texas, to aid in cleaning rivers, lakes, bays and participating in the state’s largest event called Trash Bash. The goal is to educate the public about the importance of our water resources.
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This year for the first time, as part of our contribution to the environment, MIRA USA participated with their volunteers at the Trash Bash Festival on April 2, 2016.Helping the conservation of forested areas along the Buffalo Bayou in the park Terry Hershey in the city of Houston.
The contribution of the Miraista teamwork and other participating organizations was acknowledged by the organizers of the event, hoping that next year more volunteers will join this important cause.
Once again MIRA USA has shown interest in the environment through its contribution to the conservation of aquatic ecosystems, recognizing that the future of the earth is the same of its inhabitants, so we must make it an abundant place for the future generations. It is important that we continue to conserve and protected our planet earth.