Many individuals fall in love with Mexico after a vacation. It’s a gorgeous country boasting some of the world’s best beaches, delicious cuisine, and rich culture. Many vacationers visit Mexico and decide they want to own a second home at the beach. If you invest in a beachfront residence at Villa La Estancia in Riviera Nayarit, you will have a comfortable and attractive oasis. It’s the perfect place to create unforgettable moments with your loved ones. You may have noticed that there is a trash issue in Mexico, but things are looking up in Banderas Bay thanks to various PV trash campaigns. Keep reading below to learn more about the positive effects of working together for a greener Banderas Bay.

Working Together for a Greener Banderas Bay

Many years ago, it was common practice to throw away broken or unwanted items into your backyard or in the woods. However, at that time products were typically made of biodegradable wood or clay. However, plastics were introduced that have seriously negative effects on the environment. Many of the convenience items we use today didn’t exist years ago including fast food bags and wrappers, soda cans, soda bottles, plastic bottles and containers, and more. These items are polluting our environment now and for hundreds of years in the future. To reduce the environmental impact of our choices, we must recycle as much as possible and reduce the use of these non-biodegradable items.

  • PV Residents Are Making Strides

Some residents of Puerto Vallarta have decided to take action to help reduce the area’s litter issues. For starters, American expat John Benus started a trash campaign called the “War Against Litter that has been helpful for the community. Previously, he ran a successful trash campaign in Talpa de Allende. When he lived in the State, he also worked on the Adopt a Highway campaign in California. That program was very successful in cleaning up highways and roads and is still utilized today.

  • Limpia Tu Barrio Trash Campaign Results

Also, British expat Tania Gedmintas started the Limpia Tu Barrio trash campaign, which in English means “Clean Your Neighborhood”. She was inspired to carry an empty bag during neighborhood walks with her children. Along their way, they would pick up trash and later post pictures on social media showing how much they collected. Her efforts motivated others to do the same. Today, regular trash cleanups are held in various neighborhoods throughout the region where people are working together for a greener Banderas Bay. As a result, Puerto Vallarta and surrounding neighborhoods in the area are much cleaner due to her positive influence.

Are you ready to visit us in Mexico? At Villa La Estancia, we are happily welcoming vacationers to enjoy a relaxing and safe vacation. We have stringent COVID practices in place to keep our guests safe. Plus, we also have beachfront residences for sale for individuals who want to own a piece of paradise. Our modern hotel-condo concept is ideal for expats who want to own a dream vacation home at the beach. Contact us at Villa La Estancia today. We can’t wait to pamper you like you deserve.