Following the recent floods across KwaZulu-Natal, Super Tyres have launched a beach clean-up initiative as part of their Asibambisane (which means ‘let us carry each other’) Community Projects.
“Hundreds of tyres are amongst the large amounts of rubbish and debris that has been washed up onto our beautiful beaches. If you spot washed up tyres anywhere along the coast from Umhlanga to South beach please contact us and our team will collect them and ensure they are disposed of safely and responsibly,” says Dean Horn – Managing Director of Super Tyres.
On Tuesday 19th April, Dean and his wife, Sache, together with volunteers from the Umhlanga Urban Improvement Precinct (UIP) collected over one hundred tyres from the Umhlanga beach and transported them to the local waste management facility.
The public are encouraged to contact Dean Horn via WhatsApp on 083 384 4175 to report beached tyres along the Durban coast between Umhlanga and South beach.
“Together we can make a difference and get KZN on the road to recovery, one tyre at a time,” concludes Horn.