Singapore – Beach Clean Ups

seal mouth trapped

OneDynamics partner with activists and NGOs in our efforts to keep our beaches clean. One of the most stubborn type of trash are plastic materials. Everyday, tons of such plastics are being disposed and sometimes its done is irresponsible ways. Plastics that land up in the ocean often causes harm to many marine creatures. For example, turtles live in black and white colour where they do not see colours. Hence many of them end up mistaking them floating plastics as jellyfish (part of their diet) and ended up choking or suffocating from eating these plastics. There are also many whales wash ashore where people later discovered that they have a ton of plastics in their stomach. Other creatures have beer holders stuck to their snot, causing their mouth to be locked closed and starved to death.

Dead whale on the shore full of plastic
A whale replica was unveiled on the beach of Naic, Cavite, South of Manila. Through the art installation depicting a dead whale choked by plastics, Greenpeace Philippines seeks to underscore the massive problem of plastics pollution in the ocean and calls on the ASEAN to address this looming problem on its shores.
Turtle Trap in Plastic

More often than not, what is most prominent to our human eyes are the trash we see each day along our coastline. It’s an unsightly experience when you want to visit the beach for activities or young children playing at coast line with both sand and trash.

OneDynamics organises beach clean ups for organisation and dispose off the trash responsibility. We have professional environmental activist to conduct these sessions and while you are busy at work, we take lots of photos and set up signage to educate the public and invite them to join in the work as well. We document your every step with photos and videos and at the end of the session, the whole team comes together with a group photo and their bags of trash. What better way to do our part to preserve our beaches and ocean for our next generation.