Local PADI dive centre Adventure’s Edge in conjunction with Oceans Research and Reef Divers will Dive against Debris on Tuesday, 01 May 2012 at Santos Reef, and will also be doing a shore based cleanup for the non divers, as part of Adventure’s Edge, Oceans Research and Reef Divers commitment to protecting the ocean. Our trained divers not only remove underwater debris such as plastic bags, bottles, fishing line, and tyres , but also identify and document everything they see underwater in a larger effort to prevent marine debris.
Celebrate Earth Day 2012 by Diving For Debris with Jupiter Dive Center! Join us Sunday morning to discuss marine debris in our local area and the effects on local marine life. We will go over methods of removing fishing line commonly found on our wrecks and reefs. What to take and what to leave. We will Dive Against Debris on the afternoon 2 tank dive and sort and record what we remove from the ocean. Divers will be given a cutting tool, mesh "trash" bags and a t-shirt commemorating the event. Participants will also receive the
Friday, Feb 3 on Jungutbatu beach, Nusa Lembongan, Bali
Moonsoon is here, so huge amounts of plastics and marine debris are washing up on the beaches every day. This clean up is a combination effort of several dive & tourism businesses on Lembongan island with the help of tourist & local volunteers.
A clean sweep of the beach: from the Harbour to Blue Corner Dive!
Join Aloha Scuba Divers in uniting with the thousands of volunteer divers and non-divers worldwide in cleaning up the beach and ocean of debris! Free Air! 1/2 off Gear Rental! Food and Drinks provided! TONS OF GREAT PRIZES! Bring your family and friends, divers and non-divers, every person makes a difference!
Woo hoo!! Day 3 of my pledge to collect trashy marine treasure was a great success. Back out on the House Reef and today's haul was: 16 plastic drinks bottles, 1 plastic shampoo bottle, 16 plastic food pots (yoghurt pots), 1 flip flop (I still don't understand the amount of flip flops out there!), 1 piece of nylon rope and a badminton shuttlecock?????? Job done for the day. Back out with my collection bag tomorrow - one person can make a difference - in just 3 days that's a lot of plastic.......