Our Work2021-10-05T16:56:36-02:30

Stay up to date with all of our latest clean-ups.    Although these photos of marine debris are disturbing, our intention is not to point fingers.  On the contrary – we are extremely grateful to the municipalities and Harbour Authorities that support clean-up efforts and take action to reduce marine dumping!  We are not here to blame any industry for the marine debris that litters our coast – we need commitment and action NOW to remove – and prevent –  further plastic waste from entering the marine environment.  We all need to work together – governments, industries, NGOs and individuals – to improve our waste management practices and restore our harbours and ocean environment for the benefit of all.

Hickman’s Harbour

December 6, 2021|

Well, we've spent 5+ days working at Hickman's Harbour last month, and our work is far from done. Check out some of the debris we were able to remove! 135 tires, 33 car batteries,  5 crab traps, 8 fish [...]

St. Croix Bay , September 30, 2021

September 30, 2021|

Another day, another 2000 lbs of plastic removed from the ocean! Today we brought back 10 pieces of  dragnet, 4 pieces of tarps, 30 fish pans, 2 small pieces of grey vat, 2 fish pans of rope, 35 buckets, [...]

St. Croix Bay, September 23, 2021

September 23, 2021|

Today our team recovered 16 pc dragnet, 2 big pc tarp, 45 pc fish pans, 5 small pc grey vats, 4 fish pans of rope, 31 buckets, 5 mussel buoys, 150 plastic bottles (mostly bleach and  motor lube containers),  [...]

St. Croix Bay, September 2, 2021

September 2, 2021|

Well well, what do we have here.... 8 pc of  dragnet, 5 small pc of tarp, 21 pc fish pans, 2 pc grey vats, 2 fish pans of rope, 34 buckets (1 and 5 gal), 3 mussel buoys, 86 [...]

St. Croix Bay, August 23, 2021

August 23, 2021|

What a difference this 14' Jon boat makes! Now, we can access the water that is slightly inland of the beach, and remove even more plastic debris. Today Shawn and Andrew removed 4 tires, 13 rope bags of plastic, [...]

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