Mark the date – Sat 13 Sep 2014!
We are happy to welcome you back to this meaningful activity which has been conducted by organised volunteer groups in Singapore since 1992. This year in Singapore, we will conduct our cleanups on the morning of the second Saturday, or 13th September 2014.
The tide that Saturday morning is low (0.80m tide at 7:35 am) so this is a safe and efficient time. While most groups will conduct their cleanup on the 13th of September, you can suggest alternative dates on weekdays or the afternoon low tide on the 13th at non-recreational beaches. We will coordinate to avoid double counting and overlaps.
You can view a list of available sites at: http://iccs-status.rafflesmuseum.net
Invitation to register!
We now invite you the Organiser, to submit your registration at http://iccs-registration.rafflesmuseum.net (or use this link) and indicate your preferred sites and dates.
The ICCS team will meet to conduct Site Allocations Exercises based on the Organiser’s experience with ICCS, earliness of registration, familiarity with the site, volunteer preparation, and site difficulty. The results of these exercises will be announced at the end of April, May, and June.
Registrations will closed henceforth.
Workshops for Organisers in July
These are meant for Organisers and their assistants only. Once again, there will be three small group evening sessions available for you to choose ONE date from Wed 02 Jul, Thu 03 Jul & Fri 04 Jul 2014. The workshop is critical for new organisers or anyone who needs help to conduct a site recce and safety assessment. The workshop is conducted by N. Sivasothi and the Zone Captains at NUS. Indicate your intent to attend now and we will invite you to register for this later.
Other important dates
The ICCS Lecture for participants will be conducted on Sat 02 Aug 2014 at NUS. This is meant for volunteers and the public. The session will be conducted by N. Sivasothi at NUS and will be publicised in July.
The National Day cleanup will be held on Sat 09 Aug 2014.
If you are interested in a cleanup at ANY OTHER PERIOD, please see Year-Round Coastal Cleanup guidelines at:
Thank you for your interest in caring for the environment!
International Coastal Cleanup Singapore
Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
Department of Biological Sciences
National University of Singapore