The trash on our beaches can be overwhelming. But joining a cleanup helps. Through participation, we can raise the awareness needed to bring about change.
Read how you can make a longer lasting and more meaningful impact: Beach Cleaning Ideas
Read more about some of our beach cleanups below:
- YHKCC students visit Hung Sing Yeh
Tuesday 26 June 2018
Thirty Year 10 and Year 11 students from the YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College (YHKCC) in Tung Chung visited Lamma as part of Service Outreach activities exploring pollution issues in Hong Kong. Paul Wong led the expedition to Lamma’s most popular gazetted beach at Hung Sing ...
- Cleanup Diary: 24 January 2017
- Volunteers and FEHD workers worked to clean up Tai Wan To Beach and Power Station Road one week before Lamma Fun Day Beach Music Festival and Lamma8 trail run.
- Cleanup Diary: 8 October 2017
- A large volume of palm oil washed up on Lamma beaches in early August 2017
Well done to workers and volunteers who tackled this hot and sticky mess on our beautiful beaches.
- Lamma Island beach palm oil pollution cleanup operation
This weekend Sat 12 Aug and Sun 13 August 2017
For more on spill see Hong Kong Free Press 8 August 2017
There are still a large amount of palm oil on the beaches of Lamma. We are asking members of the public to clean up the beach at Yung ...
- Cleanup Diary: 21 May 2017
At a press conference with Sky News at Lap Sap Wan at Cape D’Aguilar in Shek O. Hard to believe that only recently there had been a major cleanup operation at this site. The large pieces of trash draw the eye, but it is what can easily go unnoticed under your feet that ...