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BMA to start 'Big Clean-up' at key sites next week

Jun 25. 2015
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By THE NATION

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The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will host a "Big Clean-up" campaign at various tourist attractions to mark the Thai Environmental Health Day on July 4.
After presiding over an event-organising meeting yesterday, Banjong Sukdee, the deputy permanent secretary for the BMA, said the city would host an event at Laan Khon Muang in front of City Hall before a parade of city employees to clean footpaths and toilets and maintain gardens and trees at attractions around Rattanakosin Island, such as the Royal Palace, the National Museum and the City Shrine. 
Six other districts will join this campaign by cleaning attractions in their areas.
 

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