3032 cubic feet of debris cleaned
931 cubic feet plastic
1022 cubic feet fishing gear
856 cubic feet metal
44 cubic feet glass
179 cubic feet other (fiberglass , dinghys, kayak)
15 truck loads
267 working hours!
6 different islands
Abandoned fishing gear such as nets, floats, ropes and traps are also responsible for entangling marine species such as turtles, sharks, whales, dolphins and sharks. Beyond The Reef has partnered with local company Commercial Dive Services (who has volunteered their boats, equipment and commercial divers) to remove dangerous and polluting fishing debris as efficiently as possible. This including removing nets, floats, ropes and traps from the waters, beaches and other places that are typically hard to get to.
Several hours of cleanup using 2 boats in tangent.
Cleanup in the shallows around
Salt Island and Ginger Island.
Often times we go by boat and use scuba tanks, but sometimes if there is heavy reef and it is close enough to a beach we can just cut and swim it out.
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