“What are you willing to do to save the ocean?” On Friday, 7 June 2013, I dare you to be one of the millions who will do the Underwater and Beach Clean Up with Atlantis Divemaster Trainees of Atlantis International Bali at Semawang Beach Sanur to save our beach & underwater.
Come join Enfield SCUBA and help clean up the lake at Bigelow Hallow state forest. Last year we pulled out over 360 lbs of trash! There will be prizes given out and lunch provided at te shop afterwards.
Be at the lake for 10:30am with lunch to follow
Prizes will be awarded for:
most amount of trash (in lbs)
most interesting piece if trash
Make sure to sign up at the shop and get your free parking pass for the day!
Here’s your last chance to make a Queensday dive for a while - next year Holland will have a King instead!
That’s why on Tuesday April 30th, you’re all invited to join another fun clean-up dive with The Dive Bus, as part of our ongoing commitment to Project AWARE’s Dive for Debris campaign. This time we're taking care of our house reef at Pierbaai. Got family and friends who don’t dive? Bring them along! Their important job will be cleaning up topside, helping to keep Dushi Curacao sushi-free.
Another Clean Up of the Beaches will be necessary after the Egyptian "Sham el Nesim Feast". During this feast Egyptian families go for a picnic and usually litter the beaches around them.
So, we need every hnad to clean up after them again!
Active duty United States Service Members, civilians, and local community members joined forces to conduct a Heroes of Planet Earth (H.O.P.E) seawall cleanup and Dive Against Debris Survey on 10 April 2013 at Chatan-cho, Okinawa, Japan. Approximately 50 pounds of solid waste from the seawall and 30 pounds of solid waste from the coral reef were collected during the event hosted by USMC Camps Foster and Lester celebrating Earth Day and Tomodachi (Friendship) Days. Additional details at: