Look at how our teams at the Perhentian Islands celebrated the end of Ramadan on 5th June! This is always an important moment in which we share time with local villagers, eat delicious food and celebrate like a big family! Living in the village is a fantastic way for volunteers to experience local traditions, cuisine, and culture.
We have updated our plastic free map from last year - great to see so many new businesses on board this season to make the Perhentian Islands plastic free. Visiting the islands this season? Be sure to refer to our map to see where you can refill your water bottle, recycle your trash properly, boycott plastic straws or buy your own reusable straws and eco goods!
For our Recycling and Waste Management team it is important to engage stakeholders in waste and recycle management. And to collaborate with the local community in the Perhentian Islands. In the picture you can see the
#PlasticFreePerhentian map 2019. The project started in 2018 with the aim to reduce impacts of plastics and littering in the islands. Also to create water refill stations.
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The 8th of June was celebrated all around the world as World Oceans Day! OurPerhentian Marine Research Station , Turtle Project and the Eco-Education Project teamed up to clean the Perhentian Kecil's village beach. A team was cleaning the beach from land and another doing it while snorkelling! The dive team did some bottle reef maintenance on the artificial reef, built recently, and after that a dive clean up. Look at the numbers and what they've done all together!ere to edit.
A new initiative and collaboration between the waste management conservation team from the Perhentian Marine Research Station at Fuze Ecoteer and the wonderful eco-conscious Panorama Diver Perhentian - removing trash such as old fishing nets, plastic bottles and fishing lines from the beautiful coral reefs of the Perhentian islands 😊
Over 14kg cleaned up from 2 dives!
Coral reefs face too many threats as it is from global warming and acidification of the oceans, making them extra fragile and vulnerable, so let's not finish them off with careless waste disposal, littering, disposable plastics use or damage from touching or kicking please!
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