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Coastal Cleanup

By the year 2050, we will have more plastics than fishes [by weight] in the sea, says a report launched by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in 2016. Statistics show that only 7%of our plastics can be recycled. The rest will either end up in landfills or in the sea as litter.

Can you image our beaches covered no longer by sand, but plastic waste? Sea beds no longer living with corals or sea life but plastic waste that will eventually degrade to become micro plastics that are to be eaten by fishes (whatever that is left) and ultimately consumed by us and our children?

As a volunteer in our efforts to contribute in raising awareness on plastic pollution.BLOSSOM CARES – Coastal Cleanup!
We welcome youths aged 16 to 35 who wish to volunteer their services to benefit the disadvantaged, children, elderly and the environment.

It’s time we give serious thought on the 3Rs, our lifestyle and our environment. Start caring about the ecosystem which mankind relies heavily on by doing our part to protect our environment.

Interactive Exhibition
Date: 13 November 2017, Monday
Time: 9am – 4pm
Venue: One Raffles Place Mall, Level 1
Compulsory Training: 5 November 2017 (Sunday), 10am-11.30pm
Mission: Be the Exhibit Ambassador and influencing as many people on plastic pollution!

Register as Exhibit Ambassador


Coastal Cleanup
Date: 18 November 2017, Saturday
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: East Coast Park (details to be provided at a later date)
Mission: Return our East Coast to a clean beach free of plastic waste!

Register as Coastal Cleanup