Category Archives: coastal cleanup

Sat 29 Jun 2019: Join us on the Grand Finale of Pesta Ubin – Ubin Day!

Our Toddycats booth at Pesta Ubin (aka Ubin Day) will be back on 29 June 2019, 9am to 4pm! Come and join us to learn about Marine Life, Marine Trash and explore all the other booths and activities around!

Ubin Day is the grand finale of Pesta Ubin, organised by the Friends of Ubin Network (FUN), a festival running from 18 May to 30 June 2019 with various fun and exciting activities such as cycling, kayaking and exploring to take part in. Look forward to activities and booths set up by many community and ground up initiatives to celebrate the wonders in Ubin!

Do come join us! See you there!

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Our booth at Ubin Day 2015!

Celebrate Earth Day in Singapore by battling marine trash @ Lim Chu Kang East (Sun 22 Apr 2018: 7.30am – 12.00pm)

It’s Earth Day on Sunday 22nd April 2018, with a focus on the battle against plastic pollution.

Join the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore volunteers on a mangrove cleanup on Sunday, 22 April 2018: 7.30am to 12.00pm at Lim Chu Kang East [see site details here].

There is transport from Kranji MRT. For registration and details, please see the Eventbrite registration page. Please register by Thu 19 Apr 2018.

IMPORTANT: please read the advise to participants and safety guidelines here: http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/participants/

Sat 01 April 2017: 7.30am – Join us for a very muddy World Water Day mangrove cleanup @ Lim Chu Kang!

Join NUS Toddycats for the third year-round coastal cleanup at Lim Chu Kang. We are determined to clear this area of marine debris and plan to get muddy as we venture deeper into the mangrove this time. Working alongside us on the beach will be volunteers from NUS SAVE.

Transport is provided for 40 people (be sure to choose the right ticket), read all the details (itinerary, safety, site details) at the Eventbirite registration page.

888kg of marine trash removed from Lim Chu Kang by 67 Toddycats & friends during the Chinese New Year / World Wetlands Day coastal cleanup

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Sat 04 Feb 2017 – 67 volunteers from Toddycats & Friends removed 888kg of trash in more than 100 trash bags from Lim Chu kang beach and mangrove for the Chinese New Year / World Wetlands Day coastal cleanup.

See “Almost 900kg of rubbish cleared from Lim Chu Kang mangrove,” by Zhaki Abdullah. The Straits Times, 05 Feb 2017 which featured regular volunteer Adrian Lim and his four-year old daughter Elizabeth (see photo below), and the video uploaded earlier the same day here.

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Happy National Day from mangrove cleanup volunteers!

Read about the 2016 Pre National Day Mangrove Cleanup at the ICCS blog.