Stay up to date with all of our latest clean-ups. Please remember – Although these photos of marine debris are disturbing to look at, our intention is not to point fingers or blame anyone. 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. The past is behind us – we need commitment and action NOW to remove – and prevent – further plastic waste from entering the marine environment. We ALL need to work together to improve our waste management practices so restore our harbours and ocean for the benefit of all.
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, [...]
Some weeks there is just so much plastic, it's hard to know where to begin. Shawn and Andrew removed an estimated 5000 lbs of plastic debris this week near Long Harbour! Tires, plastic buckets, fish pans, vat covers, styrofoam [...]
TWELVE THOUSAND POUNDS! That's how much plastic Shawn and Andrew estimate they removed this week in Long Harbour. 1400 feet of rope, 12 bags of small plastic garbage (things like shotgun casings, broken bits of bleach bottles, tampon applicators), [...]
On July 28, Shawn and Andrew removed an estimated 1000 lbs of marine debris, including 4 tires, 9 fish pans of small plastics, 10 broken fish pans, ½" thick foam rubber (4x8'), black plastic sheeting, (4x6’), 2 pieces of [...]
Buoy oh Buoy! Big week of clean up in Long Harbour for Shawn and Andrew! They retrieved 80 good buoys (contact us if you'd like to purchase) , 30 broken buoys, 75 broken fish pans, 1000 lbs of rope, [...]
A solid day of helping the ocean, thanks to the team at Dunphy Molloy & Associates in St. John's, NL. Together, we removed 25 tires, including 1 bus tire, 1 stove, 1 computer, 2 mugs, 1 pop bottle, 1 [...]