Reggae Singer Nature Donates to N. S.W.M. A (National Solid Waste Management Authority)
International Reggae Artist Nature is in high gear preserving nature.
Reggae Artist Andre "Nature" Ellis has started a "Preserving Nature" campaign which intends to distribute garbage disposal bins to selected locations (markets, school, etc.) and several inner city communities. The campaign got underway on June 2, 2013 in the second City, Montego Bay with Nature presenting several metal garbage bins to the regional manager of the NSWMA and a representative of the St. James Parish Council.
Flooding, pollution of groundwater, rivers and marine environments, rat infestation, and the threat of water-borne diseases are all direct results of improper garbage disposal. This has proven to be a burden on various sectors, namely: healthcare, housing, finances etc., and further erodes our fragile eco-system.
"Very often garbage is thrown on road-sides, drainage or water ways. This initiative will not curtail this nuisance in its entirety, but it is a start in effectively changing the mind set of our populous towards caring for the environment and proper garbage disposal" states the reggae artist.
This campaign, started by Nature is open to collaborations from other stake holders. Individuals or organizations can request bins by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply by calling (876) 332-9725.