The Clean Coasts programme works with communities to help protect and care for 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, 

  • Organising 100s 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

  • Corporate Volunteering

  • Ocean Hero Award

 

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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A big thank you to Chubb volunteers in Sandymount who undertook a great clean-up in Sandymount a couple of weeks ago! Well done!
#CleanCoasts #Ireland #MarineLitter
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We are thrilled to say that the #BigBeachClean2019 is the biggest to date! πŸ™Œ

CULLY & SULLY helped us provide volunteers with additional clean up kits, but that's not all! If you have registered for the Big Beach Clean you have a chance to win a €1,000 bursary which will be spent on equipment to facilitate clean-ups!

Find out how to participate below πŸ‘‡
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22 hours ago

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We received over 270 registrations for the #BigBeachClean2019! 😍
Due to incredibly high demand, we are out of free clean-up kits, but you can still register your clean-up or join an existing one! Keep an eye on our website for more: cleancoasts.org/our-initiatives/big-beach-clean/
#CleanCoasts #Ireland CULLY & SULLY An Taisce National Spring Clean
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23 hours ago

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What a great picture of Margaret Brown, from the Sandycove Clean Coasts group, at the start line of the Dun Laoghaire Ironman. She collected flip-flops, plastic bottles and other items left behind by participants to make sure they didn't turn into marine litter. Amazing job! πŸ‘
Thanks to John Mackey for sharing this picture with us πŸ“Έ
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A big thank you to @Chubb volunteers in Sandymount who undertook a great clean-up in Sandymount a couple of weeks ago! Well done!
#CleanCoasts #Ireland #MarineLitter

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WIN €1,000 bursary for your Clean Coasts Group to spend on equipment to help your clean ups! Check out our Facebook for details on how to enter https://t.co/VN3R8rMzyo #BIGBEACHCLEAN2019 @CleanCoasts @Ballynamona

A new #CleanCoasts story on our blog - this one is about surfing in Ireland. πŸŒŠπŸ„
Read it below and don't forget to subscribe πŸ˜‰
#Ireland #surfing #blog
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We received over 270 registrations for the #BigBeachClean2019! 😍
Unfortunately, we ran out of free clean-up kits, but you can still register your clean-up or join an existing one! Keep an eye on our website for more: https://t.co/ZKHu9vOhu2
#CleanCoasts #Ireland

Great job by Margaret Brown, from the Sandycove Clean Coasts group, at the start line of the Dun Laoghaire Ironman, who collected flip-flops, plastic bottles and other items left behind to make sure they didn't turn into #MarineLitter! πŸ‘
Photo by John Mackey πŸ“Έ
#CleanCoasts

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