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Local company donates services to clean up trash from water

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A local company is donating its services to help clean up San Diego's harbor areas.

H2O Trash Patrol dedicates itself to picking up trash from the water, like underneath Joe's Crab Shack behind the San Diego Convention Center.

The husband-and-wife operation wants to help our environment by cleaning up the junk that ends up in the water. Patti Diaz with the H2O Trash Patrol says they find items, such as plastic, plastic bottles, food wrappers, cigarettes. They also find sleeping bags, cell phones and DVDs.

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