Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Harbour Debris Society to host virtual AGM session on Friday

A Harbour Debris burn fro years past
the Prince Rupert Harbour Debris Society
hosts its 
AGM this week online
(Photo PRPA FB page)

The Prince Rupert Harbour Debris Society, the local organization that works towards reducing the dangers to navigation in area waters is hosting it's Annual General Meeting this Friday afternoon, with a virtual session set to start at 2 PM.

The Society will be making use of the Microsoft TEAMS program to conduct the meeting, which will review past work and plans for harbour and waterway remediation for the year ahead.

Most know the group from their giant burns each year, where the accumulated debris is destroyed in a safe and responsible manner. The burn usually takes place one a year, with only natural materials burned off.

The Society gains funding through local marine related businesses and services and has receive support from the Prince Rupert Port Association, along with in kind services towards the annual clean up.

To learn more about this Friday's AGM contact for more information.

Some past notes on the previous work of the Society can be found on our Prince Rupert Port Authority archives as well as our Community Notes page.

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