“Bahamas Waste has been kindly donating their services to the Potcakeman Triathlon events for the last three years,” said Sarah Kennedy, event director. “Having their facilities onsite is vital to the success of our event and the comfort of athletes who participate. It has been a delight to work with them during this time, always being punctual and accommodating.”

She continued, “All the profits from the Potcakeman Triathlon goes towards BAARK’s spay/neuter and education programs, working all over The Bahamas. So far in 2016 we have already completed 277 surgeries; our goal is 1,000 per year. We rely on generous local businesses like Bahamas Waste to help us maximize our fundraising and create clearer, safer and more educated communities.”

The Lewis Street Community Centre project is a carry-over from last year when Bahamas Waste provided large dumpsters to assist the beautification of the community. The beautification project picked back up this year, and the Bahamas Waste team readily lent its assistance once again to clean up the Lewis Street area in Downtown Nassau.

The Bahamas Waste team is proud to help keep the country clean for a cause.