Oliva is a small town in the south of Valencia, Spain, and includes almost 9 km of beaches formed of fine sand. Not only that, part of the territory of Oliva is included in the marvelous natural park of the Marjal de Pego-Oliva. An ideal leisurely area, as the flow of tourists shows every year.
Every spring, the sandy coastline is arranged and cleaned off the wild shrubs and - unfortunately - the waste forgotten by tourists or washed in by the currents. A Valencian company that specializes in coastal maintenance has used an MB-S14 screening bucket to briskly upkeep their beaches.
Mounted on a JCB excavator, the screener separated the sand from the vegetation, wrack, debris and litter. The natural material was then reused on site for the redevelopment of some parts of the park, only the trash was taken to landfill.