Clean Coasts programme works with communities to help protect and care for of Ireland’s waterways, coastline, seas, ocean and marine life. 

What do we do?

Clean Coasts are creating a tangible and immediate improvement on Ireland’s coastal environment through, 

  • Organises 100’s of beach clean-ups each year

  • Mobilising thousands of volunteers, removing large quantities of marine litter from our coastline.

  • Promoting and facilitating coastal clean-ups and marine litter surveys.

Clean Coasts has grown over the years and now includes two main national clean-up drives – Coca-Cola Clean Coasts Week and the Big Beach Clean. Our volunteering has expanded to include Corporate Volunteering and the Ocean Hero Awards also.

Other aspects include:

  • Green Coast Award

  • Love Your Coast Photography competition

  • Clean Coasts Roadshows 

  • Ocean Talks

  • Ocean Hero Awards

 

Clean Coasts also operate several campaigns in Ireland including Think Before You Flush and international campaigns #2minutebeachclean and Beat the Microbead.

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This Easter, John's back reminding to everyone not to pour fats, oils and grease down the sink. Delighted to be working with @IrishWater on this initiative to protect our wastewater systems and marine environment. #thinkb4upouryoutube.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy #Easter from the Clean Coasts team!
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In one week Clean Coasts o be joining forces with the canals and many other groups as part of the Dublin biggest clean-up for the Dublin Community Clean-up Day, from the mountain to the sea we are going to make Dublin litter free #keepdublinbeautiful #Dublin #sourcetosea #litter ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done to all the Culdaff Tidy Towns volunteers who undertook a clean-up last weekend as part of the An Taisce National Spring Clean initiative!
#cleancoasts #SpringCean19 #marinelitterWell done to everyone who took part in the Community Clean Up last Saturday 13th April. To all the volunteers, to the ladies who served refreshments, An Taisce and Donegal County Council who provided equipment, and drivers who collected the rubbish, THANK YOU for a great community effort!
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We had a great day with Seal Rescue Ireland as part of their Earth Week events. We are delighted to host a marine litter talk & clean up on Courtown Beach before releasing Sesame the seal back into the sea 🚮🏖🌊 #cleancoasts #beachclean #earthweek #wexford ... See MoreSee Less

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This Easter, John's back reminding to everyone not to pour fats, oils and grease down the sink. Delighted to be working with @IrishWater on this initiative to protect our wastewater systems and marine environment. #thinkb4upour https://t.co/9NQqtV7Kp2

In one week Clean Coasts o be joining forces with the canals and many other groups as part of the Dublin biggest clean-up for the Dublin Community Clean-up Day, from the mountain to the sea we are going to make Dublin litter free #keepdublinbeautiful #Dublin #sourcetosea #litter

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Well done to all the #Culdaff Tidy Towns Tidy Towns volunteers who undertook a clean-up last weekend as part of the An Taisce National Spring Clean initiative! 👇
#cleancoasts #SpringCean19 #marinelitter
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We had a great day with @seal_rescue as part of their #earthweek events. We were delighted to host a #marinelitter talk & #beachclean in Courtown before Sesame the seal was released back into the sea 😀

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