Join Langley Diving on Saturday September 20 at White Pine Beach for what we hope will be the largest Underwater Clean-up we have ever done, and that BC has ever seen. We want 100 divers and shore support making an impact by cleaning up Sasamat Lake like never before.
Lunch is free (Les is paying), but you will be asked to make a donation to Project AWARE. Gear rentals are on a first come first served basis and they are free too (yup, with a donation to Project AWARE)!
You are invited to our Annual PROJECT AWARE Clean-Up Weekend 20th & 21st September 2014. Come along and help us clean the lake and surrounding area, lots of fun for divers and non-divers, everyone can take part. There will be trade stands, Hog Roast and BBQ, massive raffle with prizes donated from our very kind suppliers including SUUNTO, Zoggs, Zone 3, TUSA, Scuba Travel and the prize list is growing daily! Raffle tickets are on sale at the lake up until Sunday 21st September when the winners will be drawn. Help us raise loads of money for Project
The High Desert Divers Dive Club is hosting our anual underwater and beach clean-up! How many pairs of sunglasses will we find this year? Lunch and free entry to Round Hill Pines Beach Resort is included. There will be prizes for Most Trash, Largest Item, Most Unusual Item, and Ugliest Item. Sorkelers, non-divers, and families are all welcome to join us.
10ème journée de nettoyage des fonds sous-marins, du littoral et des rivières de Guadeloupe.
Venez participer à la 10ème journée de nettoyage des fonds sous-marins, du littoral et des rivières de Guadeloupe le dimanche 5 octobre 2014 . Venez contribuer à la protection des espèces marines en nettoyant les fonds sous-marins avec Tropicalsub Diving. L'année dernière cette opération a permis de retirer 312,8m3 de déchets. Continuons le combat en plongeant contre les déchets...
The annual event that keep our ocean clean and healthy. Your volunteer bring lots of meaningfull to the ocean. Join us for the ocean and have fun with the divers... Love our ocean, keep it healthy and clean for the future...
September is Project AWARE’s Debris Month of Action – a time when thousands of scuba divers around the world unite and take action against marine debris – the ocean’s silent killer. But don’t think of it as just a one-time dive to take out the trash. It’s so much more than that. It’s a rallying cry. A rumble, if you will, with one of the biggest ocean issues of our time – marine debris.
Cars, a makeshift toilet, a full set of golf clubs, a set of false teeth and a pogo stick. These are just some of the unusual items found by volunteer scuba divers who are helping Project AWARE offer a new, underwater view of the problem of trash – much of it plastic – in the ocean.
On Sunday 11th May 2014, Blue Corner Dive will be holding a Dive Against Debris at our house reef, Pontoon. This dive site receives a lot of visitor traffic and a number of big vessels have mooring locations close by, for this reason much rubbish and debris can be found here. Our aim will be to complete a 50 minute dive with the objective soley based on rubbish collection. All debris collected will be weighed, sorted, reported and disposed of and the results will be submitted to Project AWARE online.