A local salon is doing its part to make a positive difference during the pandemic by accepting disposable masks and gloves from the public.

On Monday, The Natural hair salon on View Street put a box outside the salon inviting people to drop off any used personal protection equipment they might have collected during the pandemic.

“We decided to act because of a lack of any guidance by the government on their disposal. We’re pretty sick of the environmental damage they cause, after hearing of masks ending up in the ocean and animals trapped in the strings,” said Natalie Grunberg- Ferreira, general manager of the salon. “We are already equipped to handle the volume of PPE employees and clients use every day.”


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