New Beach Sand Mining Restriction in The Turks and Caicos

New Beach Sand Mining Restriction in The Turks and Caicos

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Grace Bay beach, Turks and caicos. Photo courtesy of: © Aneta DVOŘÁKOVÁ

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Measures are being put in place to regulate sand mining in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

A new offshore sand mining policy will go into effect November 1st 2010, with the first likely target being the channel entrance between Sandy Point and Parrot Cay, the government has announced…

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