The Clean-up Challenge 2014 is Save the Beach’s Annual Cleanup Event. This year it is hosted as a challenge to include more members of the public in the clean-up and it will be held at the Villimale’ Stadium Grounds on Saturday 31 May 2014. Once the cleanup is complete, there will be several sessions by […]
We have been getting ready for Save The Beach’s Annual Cleanup Event, this time hosted as as Cleanup Challenge to be held on 26th April Saturday in Villimale.
We’re making dustbin cubicles to renew the damaged ones on the beach currently and to increase the numbers of Dustin’s on the South West and North West Beach of Villimale.
Below are some pictures taken just within a course of one day. There’s a staggering amount of trash on our street. But hopefully things will change soon. Beginning February 5th we will start acting to the new regulations for littering. If you report an incident of littering, the offender will be fined under this regulation. […]
This year’s Saafu Ukulhas Cleanup marked the beginning of Save the Beach Ukulhas Campaign. Dustbins and signboards were placed around the beaches and in the island. Awareness programs on beach and marine ecosystems, biodiversity & conservation, as well as on waste and other selected environmental issues will be carried out through out the year on […]
Aa. Ukulhas is one of the very few islands in Maldives that has a proper waste management system. All recyclable materials there get sent aboard for recycling, while biodegradable waste gets turned into compost, for which there is now demand. And the houses sort their waste, assisting the cycle of reuse, reduce, recycle & compost. However, […]