Thirteen students from SAS Scuba Club and three adult chaparones paddleboarded the intercoastal surrounding Deerfield Island Park collecting trash submerged in the Hammock roots. We swam and dove to remove the trash and placed it in dive bags then sorted and recorded the trash we found. We found 162 pieces totaling 77 pounds of trash. We then recycled what we could and disposed of the rest.
Divers removing garbage from the sea, while an installation artist is compiling a work of art out of the debris. Environmental specialists are spreading information about the conditions of the Baltic Sea.
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.