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Transline supports water pollution control campaign

More than 500 kilometres and 12 days on the stand-up paddleboard (SUP) in 2016 are not enough: This year, Pascal Rösler will be paddling from Munich to the the mouth of the Danube into the Black Sea. The task sounds daunting: 2500 kilometres alone on the river – four capital cities en route – ten countries to cross – about two months travelling. The start: 20 July 2017 in Munich.


All these efforts of Pascal Rösler serve a great cause: the conservation of water and rivers. For this reason, he has just founded the charitable association Pure Water for Generations. “We have set ourselves the goal of supporting renaturation projects on rivers as well as promoting national and international educational projects on the topic of water,” explains Pascal Rösler. “I simply follow my heart in this commitment for nature: Water and nature are the source of us all.”


Pascal Rösler and his Pure Water for Generations association also receive support for his voluntary project from Transline: “We are very impressed by how much energy Pascal Rösler dedicates towards conservation of clean water. To make such personal effort for a good and important cause is absolutely exemplary. For this reason, we also didn't hesitate when he asked us for support. Transline translates the official website and daily blog during the entire project duration in all the neighbouring languages on the tour – free of charge and “at the touch of a button”.


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