Committing to Reduce Single Use Plastics

BREEF wrapped up a series of Summer Sea Camps with the New Providence Sea Camp. When campers were not in the water, they were at Ardastra Gardens learning and exploring.

A beach cleanup helped campers learn the importance of doing their part to reduce marine plastic pollution by committing to use alternatives to single-use plastics.

They also learned how to recycle during a tour of the Waste Not Bahamas recycling facility.

Sea Camp would not be complete without lots of time in the water.

Campers did their part to combat marine plastic pollution by painting garbage bins donated by Caribbean Bottling Company.

These bins will be distributed throughout New Providence to help reduce plastic pollution, so keep an eye out for them.

BREEFs’ Summer Sea Camps seek to give campers a greater appreciation for our marine environment and the benefits it provides to the culture and economy of The Bahamas.

Special thanks to Ardastra Gardens and Zoo, Waste Not Bahamas and Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas for their participation and support.