- Sep 18, 2016
Yeah "Good old Brits"Good old Brits!!!!!!
It's a facking shame Tunisian guests cleaning up the beach! Tunisia should be employing those sitting off in the coffee houses; the lazy bums!
I don't understand why they think the government should clean their beaches they should stop littering or pick it up themselves...It's a facking shame Tunisian guests cleaning up the beach! Tunisia should be employing those sitting off in the coffee houses; the lazy bums!
The beaches belong to the property owners who have a responsibility to maintain them. They should impose a penalty for those caught littering. Enforce laws as a deterrent. Locals use the beaches too?I don't understand why they think the government should clean their beaches they should stop littering or pick it up themselves...
My friend go a £70 on the spot fine for throwing a cigarette but by the kerb, she said I'll pick it up, the council bloke said, TOO LATE!The beaches belong to the property owners who have a responsibility to maintain them. They should impose a penalty for those caught littering. Enforce laws as a deterrent. Locals use the beaches too?
Wow, I certainly would have something better to do on my vacation
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I am today in Jasmine bathrooms and I saw the community group working a clean cleaning campaign and also with their equipment and a team of currency women and men
They pretend like this... but they are the colonists who have caused us.... why do we want people who are ignorant to be betrayed... and traitors..... ask if they will tell you
This is an old man who rescued him and with his loved ones, they throw in the plastic buckles and sell them with their money and they pay for their money
And we are our men and our youth in cafes
The biggest dirt is nudity
Rades as well....it has polluted the sea all around Ezzahra and pretty much killed the fishing industry.Regarding the pollution of the Mediterranean Sea around Tunisia file:///C:/Users/Vaio/Downloads/Tech-06-2014%20H2020%20Annex%206%20Tunisia.pdf"The coastline has progressively become a dumping ground for such substances. The most salient example is that of dumped phosphogypsum at Gabès and Sfax, which is extremely harmful to marine fauna and groundwater. The textiles sector annually produces several hundred thousands of cubic metres of liquid waste, some of which is released into water courses and rivers. Only 5 % of companies in the sector are equipped with pretreatment stations. Technical coastal-protection studies have been conducted over the years, but have not always been implemented, and industry is reluctant to finance the measures recommended. Another example is the tonnes of amurca generated by olive processing, which is detrimental to soils, rivers and groundwater if not pretreated.
The Gabes plant is the only one of the four fertilizer plants that the GCT operates nationwide that dumps its waste into the sea rather than in designated land sites.
and they call us dirtyMore on the subject of pollution.'' The population literally swims through this garbage, children play with objects as rubbish bags and bottles, and it seems normal to everyone. Many people however consider a beach as “polluted” and “dirty” when there is posidonia, a marine plant, accumulating there'' http://www.marineadventures.org/en/tunisia-an-alarming-environmental-situation/