Friends of Hunting Island
Trash & Litter Control
The only Friends of Hunting Island Committee we wish could be disbanded!
2013 FRIENDS of HUNTING ISLAND EARTH DAY BEACH SWEEP!
April 13 2013
10 AM at the North Beach Pavillion
Please Join Friends of Hunting Island and Help Keep Our Park, Beach and Trails Clean and Litter Free
Volunteers of all ages are needed to police the: Beaches - Trails - Interior Roads - Nature CenterMarsh
Our long-time friends of the Lowcountry Rotary Club will be providing grilled items with the FOHI Social Committee providing the food.
Thank you for all the help at the beach sweep to beautify our park. Beaches, Trails, Interior Roads, Nature
Center, Marsh Boardwalk, Highway 21, and Russ Point Landing. Love those "Man-Tools," blowers, shears, trimmers, etc., thanks for bringing them along. — Vicki Anne Nestor
Jane Ann Lotton, Litter Control Co-Director. Phone: 379.5821 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
IT IS ALWAYS FUN!!
The Beach is not an Ashtray!
In conjunction with Beaufort County Recycles, the litter team at Hunting Island made the news again. We continue to remind you to carry a container for your cigarette butts whenever you enjoy our beautiful Park.
Click here for WTOC story
Friends of Hunting Island Litter & Trash Education:
Paper towel: 2 to 4 weeks
Newspaper: 6 weeks
Apple Core: 8 weeks
Cardboard Box: 2 months
Milk Carton: 3 months
Cotton Gloves: 1 to 5 months
Natural Fiber Rope: 3 to 14 months
Biodegradable Diaper: 1 year
Wool Glove: 1 year
Plywood: 1 to 3 years
Painted Wooden Stick: 13 years
Tin Can: 50 years
Styrofoam Cup: 50 years
Styrofoam Buoy: 80 years
Aluminum Can: 400 years
Plastic Beverage Holder (6-Pack): 400 years
Disposable Diaper: 450 years
Plastic Bottle: 450 years
Monofilament Fishing Net: 600 years
Glass Bottles & Jars: ???