Volunteers clean up an 86 km section of the Tisza River in Hungary

Volunteers in Hungary clear an 86-kilometer stretch of one of the country’s longest rivers.

The PET Kupa association has focused its attention on the Tisza site in northeastern Hungary, close to the border with Slovakia and Ukraine.

During the seven-day mission, they went out in boats made from recycled materials and scooped up trash such as plastic bottles, shoe soles and ice cream wrappers.

Saturday is held for the tenth time. According to the organizers, this was complicated by low water levels.