Local scuba divers will ‘Dive Against Debris’on December 7 at Mamutik Island,Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Borneo.
As part of Borneo Divers’ commitment to protect the ocean, trained divers not only remove underwater debris such as plastic bottles, fishing line and other debris, but also identify and document everything they see underwater in a larger effort to prevent marine debris.
Huron Scuba Dive Team will DIVE AGAINST DEBRIS from 8AM until approximately 2PM. We are surveying the rubbish that has made its way into the Huron River in an effort to reduce the amount of debris that makes its way to the ocean. The water is 6-10 feet deep in this section of the river. Drysuits are not required. The Canoe Livery has been generous enough to offer us their meeting room to get out of the cold between dives. The current is not strong in the area we will be diving as it is blocked by small islands.
September’s Debris Month of Action was a month chock full of underwater cleanup and data reporting activity. To date, more than 130 committed AWARE leaders reported data from the underwater trash they found last month. In total, data was reported from 160 Dive Against Debris surveys held at 90 locations around the world.
Crystal Dive Resort is at the forefront of marine conservation and education in Thailand. From mooring buoys installation and Dive Against Debris activities, to coral reef monitoring, artificial reefs and community projects, the team at Crystal Dive is always busy helping to ensure their local marine ecosystems remain healthy and vibrant.