Catus. Few citizens at Lac Vert

Catus. Few citizens at Lac Vert
Catus. Few citizens at Lac Vert

They were on site, at the Grand Cahors cabin on the Lac Vert de Catus beach, from 8:30 a.m., the sustainable development representative of the Cahors Vallée du Lot Tourist Office Anouk Mooldijk and the SYDED facilitator Rémi Pouyatos, to welcome citizens affected by the cleaning operation of the Lac Vert site as part of the Blue Flag label. But from citizens, apart from SYDED employees, a few triathletes from Cahors Triathlon who came to train and two residents from Catus, period.

The dozen or so people, having had their coffee, received instructions from Rémi Pouyatos (how to sort?) and Anouk Mooldijk (where to go?): distribution of gloves, yellow vests, and colored bags: white for the packaging, green for the glass, red for hazardous or bulky waste and black for non-recyclable.

Then everyone wandered the edges of the lake and the parking lot looking for incivility, and there was some, despite the presence of Rémi, an employee of the Grand Cahors, who is at work every day for maintenance, mowing and collecting trash, but he can’t see everything, especially very small waste. After a morning of harvesting, everyone emptied their loot onto a tarpaulin for more careful sorting and shared a delicious snack prepared by a local artisan. It’s a shame that civics no longer interests many people.

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