There are lots of ways to get involved and help out with trying to keep our marine environment free of litter. We obviously need divers, but those of you who don’t like the thought of jumping in the sea with weights strapped to your waist can help in a number of ways. Collecting, cleaning, sorting, recording and recycling the rubbish all takes time and we would appreciate any assistance in this process!
Perhaps you may have a boat that could be used on one of our clean up days or you may wish to help us by providing a donation or sponsoring one of our events. If you feel you can help out in any way then please get in touch by using the contact us page.
Divers wishing to volunteer must be qualified to the level of BSAC Sports Diver, PADI Rescue Diver of SSA equivalent and must have completed a minimum of 40 dives in the U.K. All divers must provide evidence of their qualifications and their own insurance. While safety is utmost we do try and have a relaxed feel to events where clean up dives are often followed by a fun dive.
Whilst the main aim is to dive at locations where we know there is litter we often increase our range of clean up sites and sometimes get to dive in some amazing locations not visited by dive centres. Air is supplied and sometimes food to so why not get involved in helping the keep the marine environment of pembrokeshire as pristine as it should be.
- NARC joins forces with Loutraki Divers to help clean Greek seas
- Neptune’s Army of Rubbish Cleaners initiative shortlisted for the Campaign for National Parks Park Protector of the Year Award
- NARC invited to launch of Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) in London
- Narc working with World Animal Protection and local fisherman
- Neptune’s Army welcomes new volunteer
- Rubbish army celebrates 10 years of underwater cleaning
- Penguins join the litter army
- Underwater litter pickers get in the driver’s seat
- NARC raising awareness of marine litter on the BBCs One Show
- 2013 goes down a one of NARC’s best clean up years