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Pompano Beach Cleanup

by 4Ocean Team April 09, 2018

Pompano Beach Cleanup

 

 On Saturday, the 4Ocean team was joined by Pompano Dive Shop for a cleanup in Pompano Beach, FL. Volunteers started arriving early and soon after Pompano Beach was covered in blue 4Ocean shirts as everyone was on the search for marine debris. After a morning filled with cleaning, we collected a total of 320 pounds of trash! Check out some highlights from the event in the cleanup video below: 

In addition to our daily boat cleanups, we also host several beach cleanups in different locations each month. If you are looking to get more involved and come out to one of our beach cleanups or other events we may be a part of, check out some upcoming opportunities HERE

 



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