Drone, bridal veil, and metallic rose amongst objects discovered.
Greater than 100 kilos of garbage was pulled out of 4 lakes within the Tatras final week because the summer time vacationer season within the mountains got here to an finish.
Dozens of drivers dredged up a complete of 112 kilograms of waste from Štrbské, Popradské, Velické, and Nové Štrbské pleso as a part of the twenty ninth Clear Waters occasion on the finish of the summer time vacationer season on the final day of September, Martina Petránová from the Tatra Nationwide Park Administration (TANAP) primarily based in Tatranská Lomnica, stated.
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Nearly all of the garbage – 82.5 kilos – was fished out of Štrbské pleso, the TASR newswire reported. A workforce of twenty-two divers pulled up plastic cups, meals packaging, development waste and glass bottles from the lake.
Amongst their extra uncommon finds have been three metallic rods that have been in all probability as soon as used to interrupt ice, a bridal veil, a badge with a Tatra theme, a drone, and a shoe.
The least quantity of trash was present in Nové Štrbské pleso, the place six divers collected 4 kilograms of rubbish. One other 9.5 kilograms of waste ended up on the shore of Velické pleso, and 16 kilograms was present in Popradské pleso.
“We weren’t pleasantly shocked by the quantity of waste the volunteers managed to tug out right this moment,” Peter Spitzkopf from the TANAP Administration in Tatranská Lomnica, which is the primary organiser of the Clear Water occasion, stated.