The presence of the Toy Workshop at numerous village fairs and markets around the island, such as Algaida, Porreres, Pollensa, Muro, Montuiri, Inca, Cala Ratjada and Andratx has boosted participation in this campaign, a spokesman said. The closing ceremony was held yesterday in the Environmental Technology Park. Present were Tomas Garrido, the Foundation chairman, and Balearic Environmental Quality director, Ventura Blanch, among others. Various businesses supported the campaign.
Some 71 villages gathered 45'000 bottles, while 25 hotels collected 55'000. Five town councils provided 6'500 and a wine shop collected 13'000, while individuals donated some 21'000 bottles. The Kings of Glass campaign started in 1999 as a project to help needy people, and to encourage the population to respect the environment.
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