Most marine debris is attributable to what we consume - food, beverage, tobacco products and other consumer goods. Other significant categories of marine debris result from activities associates with marine transportation and shipping, fishing and manufacturing.

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Upcoming Events

May 2016

As part of the Great Barrier Reef Clean-Up, delivered by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and funded by the Australian Governments Reef Trust, Eco Barge will be hosting a land based clean-up on Saturday 14th May 2016. This event will start at 8:00am at the Airlie Beach Markets, and will run until 11:00am. A FREE thank you BBQ will be provided to those that attend the clean-up. We look forward to seeing as many volunteers and community members as possible. For further details please email info@ecobargecleanseas.org.au or call 0406223719.

 

February 2016

Thursday 4th  - Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World Grand Final.

 

 







Marine debris removed from the
Whitsunday islands since July 2009
= 153,152 kilograms