Event Disentis Sedrun
On the next World Cleanup Day, which will take place on Saturday, 17 September 2022, many Heinzelmännchen will once again clean the springs and Alpine passes in the Gotthard area. To this end, the association "Gotthard-Connects" and the tourism organisations Andermatt-Urserntal, Bellinzonese alto Ticino, Obergoms and Sedrun-Disentis are calling on volunteers to help with the "Gotthard Cleanup" campaign and to clean the mountain routes around the Alpine passes and water sources on the Gotthard, Oberalp and Grimsel.
Every year, huge amounts of garbage end up in the world's oceans. Millions of tons of plastic pollute nature. A large part of the garbage ends up in the oceans via rivers. Every year, various organizations organize a clean-up day, where millions of people worldwide are committed to freeing our world from garbage. The association "Gotthard-Connects" would like to participate and has brought the tourism organisations around the Gotthard on board for this purpose.
Water is our elixir of life. We should cultivate our sources!
Since there are several Alpine passes and springs in the Gotthard area, several cleanup teams will be on the road at the same time. The areas of application are: Gotthard Pass-Reussquelle, Oberalppass-Rheinquelle and the Grimselpass, down to Obergesteln. The teams will meet individually at about 10.00 a.m. and are expected to be ready at about 4.00 p.m. The details such as meeting point, time and program of the respective area of application can be obtained from the individual tourist offices and under: Quellwasser.ch
The moated castle is also happy if you want to clean a section independently. Please inform us so that we can provide you with a garbage bag at the meeting point. Set an example for our water and support the protection of the springs by actively participating in the action and registering for this purpose until 15 September 2021 at the tourist office in Andermatt, Airolo, Goms or Sedrun:
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