For 2016 Earth Day, we are cleaning up under the Pier at the Tugboat Dive Site. An area very popular with the local fisherman, which unfortunately has led to a great build-up of old fishing line, fish cans and beer bottles amongst other unwanted debris. Dry volunteers always welcome to help clean up the beach / land in the area :)
Little Italy Resort, Opposite Tarkar Ice Factory, Gaurawado
15° 31' 26.9472" N, 73° 45' 58.7772" E
Dive Against Debris!
Time to bring back the crap.. Lets celebrate Earth day by cleaning up our oceans little by little! Its these efforts that count.. If you are in Goa, India, Please join us, dive for free and help remove as much rubbish from underwater as possible!
We will do an in- and under-water cleanup with snorkelers and scuba divers, concentrating on monofilament underneath the pier. We will start with a one-tank dive at 8:30am. If we find anything large, such as ghostnets, that requires removal with liftbags, we will add a second tank with a small dedicated crew.
Do you love the Earth and our Oceans as much as we do? Then let's join together in bettering one of our favorite local dive sites! Join Ocean Adventures and Action Watersports on Saturday April 23rd at Veteran's Park, in Redondo Beach for a fun day of beach dives, paddle boarding, Earth Day clean-up and a BBQ lunch!
Il Circolo Legambiente di Molfetta con la collaborazione del Nucleo Sub - Circolo della Vela Molfetta, del Mercatino dell'Usato, dell'associazione Mumart, del Centro Sub Corato, della Dive Immersion School di Bisceglie, della Dive Blu di Bari, di Tutto Sub, dell'Agesci Molfetta 1, dei C.N.G.E.I., degli Scout d'Europa FSE, dell'Istituto Alberghiero, dell'I.T.E.S.
On Saturday 25 April 2015, in celebration of Earth Day, AquaMarine Diving - Bali organized a Beach Clean-up at the Batubelig beach in south west Bali with the students of the Kerobokan Sekolah Dasar (Elementary School).
40 enthusiastic pupils were eager to get to the beach to start their educational and fun day out. The event was organized with the help of Adit from Bali Eco Recycling and Wayan from the Bali Sea Turtle Association.
Come help clean up our favorite local dive spot on Saturday, May 23! Call The Scuba Shop (480-705-927) to preregister as this is always a popular event and tanks do become scarce. We will be meeting at the dive location at 1:00 PM, briefing at 1:30 PM, and a dive window from about 1:45 to 3 PM.