Final collations and summaries from 11th September will be out soon, meanwhile here are the links to he photos and results:
- Toddycats Album 1 (link),
- Toddycats Album 2 (link),
- Toddycats Album 3 (link),
- Toddycats Album 4 (link)
|North West Zone
Lim Chu Kang
North East Zone
Pasir Ris 6
- Tampines District Cuon Scouts & Independents (link)
Chek Jawa Zone
- Toddycats Album 1 (link)
- Toddycats Album 2 (link)
Kranji mangrove (KR)
- KR1 – Emaar International School – link
- KR1 – Singapore American High School / Singapore American Middle School – link
- KR2 – National University of Singapore – link
- KR2 – NUS High School of Math & Science Green Ambassadors – link
Lim Chu Kang (LCK)
- LCK1 – Raffles Girls’ Secondary School Staff – link
- LCK1 – Republic Polytechnic – link
Paris Ris Beach (PR)
- PR3 & Pasir Ris Sungei Api Api – Alpha Phi Omega Alumni Association – link
- PR6 – Tampines District Cuon Scout Group – link
- PR6 – Independents – link
Ubin West Zone
- Noordin Beach: NUS USP – link
- Chek Jawa North 1: National Police Cadet Corps – link
- Chek Jawa North 2: Land Transport Authority – link
- Chek Jawa Central 1: Oscar & Friends – link
- Chek Jawa Central 2: CHIJ St. Nicholas Girl’s School – link
- Chek Jawa Central 3: St. Joseph’s Institution International Elementary School, Sixth Grade – link
- Chek Jawa Central 4: School of Humanities, Ngee Ann Polytechnic – link
- Chek Jawa South 1-4: Sukyo Mahikari Singapore – link
- Chek Jawa South 5-8: CHIJ Katong Convent – link
- Chek Jawa South 9-10: Dow Chemical – link
East Coast Zone
Tanah Merah 3-5
- Brown University Alumni – link
- Hougang Secondary Uniform Units – link
Berlayar Creek mangrove
- NParks Nature Parks Branch, NYGH PE Staff – link
Sungei Pandan mangrove
- Wildlife Reserves Singapore – link
- Raffles Museum Toddycats & NUS Biodiversity Crew – link
- Oil Spill Response – link
- Black & Veatch (SEA) Pte Ltd – link
Ubin Zone Captain Andy Dinesh has completed his video of the ICCS Chek Jawa 2008 cleanup – the video footage is from Chek Jawa and it is peppered with facts from the 2008 ICCS results.
This is our first video out since Wesley’s in 2004; congratulations, Andy!
Click the tabs above for photos and results – they are being added as they come in. If you have photo albums that you would like to share with us, email the link to:
Kallang Basin – click here for details.
Pandan Mangroves – click here for details.
The data has been streaming in from returning Site and Zone Captains since this morning, as well as emails from Organisers. The captains have been reporting in physically to the ICCS HQ at the Department of Biological Sciences's Life Sciences Lab 7 at the National University of Singapore – where pizza awaits the hungry souls. From 9.30am to 7pm (and counting) Data Manager Anand Ramchand has been preparing and processing data and this will continue in to the night. We've also been pushing photos up to the web and all agree that web2.0 has made life so much easier thiese days!
Posted by email from International Coastal Cleanup Singapore (posterous)
This is important for all organisers – the ICCS Data Card and Excel Submission Sheets have been updated – cleanup organisers can download the new copies at the ICCS Downloads page.
This version reflects the changes introduced to the Data Card by the Ocean Conservancy for the 2008 cleanup – essentially there are now two categories for bags – paper or plastic.
The Excel submission sheet for Organisers to submit their site data has been updated as well.
See the full data set for beaches on the ICCS Webpage. Mangrove results (still pending one site) were up earlier. Overall results and comparison will follow later.
Total number of volunteers: 2,351
Total number of volunteers working on card: 2,343
Total number of trash bags filled: 912
Total number of items collected: 80,548
Total weight of trash collected (kg): 5,245
Total area cleaned (m): 13,580
Total Shoreline and Recreational Activities: 36,682
Total Ocean/Waterway Activities: 6,282
Total Smoking-Related Activities: 13,875
Total Dumping Activities: 1,114
Total Medical/Personal Activities: 163
Total Debris of Local Concern: 22,432
After a day of crunching data and preparing webpages, Anand Ramchand has sent over the first sets of data from the cleanup.
MANGROVES – link
- Kranji mangroves (next to Sungei Buloh) – link
- Singapore American School – link
- National University of Singapore – link
- BP Shipping – link
- St. Andrew’s Junior College & Hwa Chong Institute – link
- Lim Chu Kang – link
- Chek Jawa – link
- Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts – link
- Nature Society & Bedok View Secondary – link
- Sg Api Api (Pasir Ris) – link
- Changkat Changi Secondary
To follow: Sungei Loyang mangroves and Sungei Tampines mangroves & BEACHES: status.