Over 200 Coca-Cola employees took time out of their busy work schedules on Friday to help clean-up Ireland’s coastline. Employees took part in six beaches cleans across the island to help remove marine litter from Ireland’s coastline - with 40 employees participating at Dublin’s Bull Island. 
An outstanding XX bags and XX tonnes of litter were removed from the six beaches over the course of the day thanks to the trojan effort of volunteers. 
The volunteering initiative, which took place ahead of next weekend’s Big Beach Clean event, is part of the company’s ongoing strategy to achieve a world without waste. 
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