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Transocean Employees Participate in Fall 2009 Beach Cleanup

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The team jumps for joy after a job well done.

 

More than 100 Transocean employees and family members in hit the beach AND made a positive impact on our environment on September 26 in Galveston, participating in the Fall 2009 Texas Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup.

The Texas General Land Office says that due to tide patterns, trash dumped anywhere in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to end up on a Texas beach! Cleanup volunteers record information such as the source and type of debris collected, providing data that’s been instrumental in the passage of international treaties and laws aimed at reducing the amount of offshore dumping.

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A Next Generation Driller is Responsible: Employees and family members cleaned up Indian Beach in Galveston, Texas, on September 26.

Volunteers spent three hours removing trash along the Texas Gulf Coast, adding to the 7,300 tons of trash that’s been collected at these twice-yearly events since 1986

 

Copyright © 2009 Transocean LTD.

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