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Wednesday, 02 April 2014 21:52


On April 5th and April 19th as rainy season winds down

In addition to being the start of a Balinese New Year, Nyepi Day is also the signal that the rainy season in Bali will be coming to an end.  Bali's local community members want to welcome this New Year by making sure the beaches are clean for everybody to enjoy.

Members of Bali's beach side communities will be doing two more Beach Clean Ups, on April 5th and April 19th respectively, and  hope you will tell all your friends to come on down to the beach and join us.

The month of March was a great success, as our two Beach Clean Ups (March 9 and March 22) netted more than 1,500 kgs of trash collected from Jimbaran and Kuta beaches by the hundreds of volunteers that gave their Saturday and Sunday mornings to clean up the beaches and set an example to locals and tourists alike.

Plastic, glass bottles, cans, cigarette butts, wood, and even hypodermic needles were all part of the litter that had either been tossed or washed up onto the beach but was collected.

Bali needs your continued support!  Please come to either Jimbaran (Kedonganan) Beach, Legian Beach or Kuta Beach on Saturday April 5th and April 19th and join us! 

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