Pontiac Community Cleanup: MRC and Anupaya initiative
Article published on 19 June 2019
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The Pontiac community cleanup is an event organized in collaboration with the MRC Pontiac and Anupaya to clean up an illegal dump site on June 22nd on Picanoc Road at km 36 outside in the Otter Lake municipal boundaries of Klukeville.

Anupaya is a company based out of Deep River, Ontario. One of the co-owners of the company, Shannon MacLaggan explained the concept of the company which links online products sale and the protection (clean-up) of the environment.

The event page can be found on Facebook, called Nettoyage Communautaire Pontiac Community Cleanup, which will be held on June 22nd from 10am to 12pm, is open to all families. There will also be refreshments available on site. Shannon MacLaggan, also explained to CHIP 101,9 why they do this type of activity/service:

They’re suggesting to wear work gloves, work boots and clothing that can be soiled. More information can be found by contacting Anupaya at info anupaya.ca
www.anupaya.ca or their Facebook event.

The complete interview is available here.

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