LTG Sponsors 2019 Coastal Cleanup

LTG is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Costal Cleanup. On September 21st LTG joined the Volusia County Association for Responsible Development’s (VCARD) NX|RD Committee and FPZA Surfcoast Chapter for International Coastal Cleanup day and picked up around City Island in Daytona Beach. Immediately following, all volunteers enjoyed lunch at Zappi’s Italian Garden, compliments of LTG, Inc.

International Coastal Cleanup Day (ICCD), is one of the world’s largest annual preservation and protection events and volunteer efforts for our ocean, waves and beaches.

It is a global movement that encompasses 6 million volunteers in 90 countries and across the United States. Local chapters engage and motivate their communities to take action at local beach cleanups. The cumulative result is not only a cleaner and healthier coastline but also a raised consciousness for accessible actions people can integrate into their lives to promote healthy beaches on a daily basis.

Some of the top five most commonly collected items on ICCD last year were cigarette butts, plastic beverage bottles, food wrappers, plastic bottle caps and plastic straws, respectively. All are forms of plastic debris.  The very qualities that make plastic an adaptable and durable product to use, also make it an environmental nightmare. Plastics do not biodegrade. Instead they break down with exposure to weather and the sun’s ultraviolet rays into smaller and smaller pieces. When these pieces infiltrate the environment, especially marine environments, they wreak havoc on wildlife and the ecosystem.

Click here to learn more about the Volusia/Flagler Coastal Cleanup Chapter. If there are no events scheduled nearby, we encourage you to get out to your local beach/waterway and have your own cleanup! 

LTG helps Prince of Peace feed the community!

LTG employees donated a shopping cart of food to the annual Prince of Peace (POP) Thanksgiving Food Drive.  The mission of the POP food pantry & assistance office is to answer Jesus’ call to serve others, by addressing basic needs of people in our community.  Specifically, they help with food, diapers, clothing, local bus fare, and when possible, payment of utility bills, for people who live primarily in Ormond Beach & Holly Hill or are homeless. Gretel from Prince of Peace says the Thanksgiving food drive was a huge success and their pantry was stocked and ready to help local families for Thanksgiving. They are blessed to be able to provide food to about 1,000 families a month!


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