For All of Us
MY Clean Beach is a programme initiated to clean up the Malaysian beaches. This project is a continuous effort to clean up the beaches, as plastics been the main killer of marine life and it can readily break down into smaller particles by the exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Are you aware of a consistent mechanical abrasion from wave action can cause larger particles to break down easily? This allows the incorporation into sediments and ingestion by organisms which will be consumed by humans at the end.
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Volunteers & Contributors
We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It
We from My Clean Beach would like to enhance the quality of life through programs and partnerships that encourage visitors to reduce litter and waste, increase recycling, beautify, maintain, and sustain public spaces. We’re a growing community of ‘Earth Lovers’ teaming with passion for protecting and preserving the health of our beaches and coastal environment. Together we’re a powerful force for a positive change, building and delivering a model for sustainable environmental stewardship and kinship among all ages through education, community building, and citizen action in Malaysia.
Our Key Focus Area
- Protect and enhance natural and cultural resources
- Create meaningful connections and relevancy to people
- Have a shift of mindset and behavior pattern of people
- Environmental Education and Stewardship
- Community Greening and Beautification
- Recycling and Waste Reduction
- Awareness alone is not sufficient, you need to be a volunteer to show others why the shift is required
By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans. It’s an environmental crisis that’s been in the making for nearly 70 years. Plastic pollution is now considered one of the largest environmental threats facing humans and animals globally. In “The...
MY Clean Beach organized another clean beach program on the 12th of October 2019. Held at the coastal of Straights of Malacca, Pantai Bagan Lalang (Sepang) which is overlooking stretches of dragon fruit plantation, is famously known for team building...
Our recent beach clean at Pantai Remis, Jeram (Kuala Selangor) – it is a big shout out with the largest number of volunteers and trash collected. 124 volunteers came for the beach clean event and together we collected 1,132 kg’s of trash at a stretch of...
How Did We Collect 1 Ton Of Trash At Pantai Batu Laut!Pantai Batu Laut is a quiet location which is well-known for its yachting training centre for students. MYCB collected 1 ton of trash from Pantai Batu Laut. (16 June 2019 – 404.40kgs and 21 July 2019 –...
On 16 June 2019, 30 people from a diverse walk of life joined MY Clean Beach together to clean Pantai Batu Laut (Kuala Langat district). Besides that general waste, a high volume of plastics was found. Tons of plastic enter the ocean each year and soon...
On April 28, 2019, a group of volunteers registered with MY Clean Beach completed the task to collect more than 25 bags of trash, about 208.5 kgs of waste at Pantai Kelanang, Banting over a stretch of 400-meter beach. Thank you to Kuala Langat Municipal-...