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World Oceans Day 'Underwater Cleanup'

Discussion in 'Good Causes, Petitions and Solicitations' started by Bali Dream Divers, Jun 6, 2017.

  1. Bali Dream Divers

    Bali Dream Divers Dive Shop

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia
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    Hey ALL Scuba Addicts!

    We are hosting an underwater cleanup event tomorrow to celebrate World Oceans Day (June 8th 2017)!

    Contribute to the international non-profit organisation Project AWARE's 'Dive Against Debris' campaign by donating any debris collected during a single dive on the USAT Liberty Shipwreck.

    If you're already on Bali please make your best efforts to visit Tulamben village for a dive and volunteer with our PADI Pro Divers, and show how much you care about the marine environment. Bali Dream Divers will sponsor CERTIFIED DIVERS (PADI Open Water diver, or equivalent) with FREE dive equipment, scuba cylinder, weights and belt! All divers will also be supervised in groups of buddy teams by our experienced and professional PADI Instructors, who will be managing the event in their own free time! Participating volunteers will need only to pay for their dive site tax and porter fee, which is approximately USD 4.00...that's all! A couple Bali Dream Divers' staff members will be on the beach with buckets and bags for divers already scheduled to dive the wreck with other operators to contribute any collected marine debris they find.

    If you're not able to join us, consider conducting your own underwater cleanup in your area and report your data (even if you don't find any marine debris!) Create a free Project AWARE account (Create new account | Project AWARE), and use the Dive Against Debris Survey Toolkit (Dive Against DebrisĀ® Survey Toolkit | Project AWARE), and simply report the details of your survey (http://www.projectaware.org/DiveAgainstDebrisData)!

    We may be cleaning our seas and oceans one dive at a time, but everyone's efforts makes a difference!
     

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