Together to #BeatPlasticPollution

« SPRING CLEANUP »: the next event initially planned for March 21st is postponed. A new date will be announced as soon as possible. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date!

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Act against plastic pollution with SLDLP

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Hong Kong throws away 5.2 million bottles every single day: SLDLP acts to collect and recycle plastic trash, and prevents single-use plastic through education.

Your Questions

SLDLP means « Sous Les Déchets, La Plage », literally “Under the waste, the beach” and refers to a French old slogan.
SLDLP is an initiative from the French community, supported by the French Consulate in Hong Kong and Macao, which aims to raise awareness about marine pollution and the emergency of reducing waste in our daily life. Together we want to demonstrate that when volunteers of all ages are united under a strong commitment to make a difference, we can have a significant impact. Ultimately we aim to inspire every Hong Kong resident to work on their side to preserve the unique beauty of their natural surroundings.


Non profit Society Registered in Hong Kong under Section 5A(1) of the Societies Ordinance CP/LIC/SO/19/61577 

Everybody! We will secure some beaches for easy access by the youngest!

Bring your own gloves if you have some! We will otherwise provide reusable fabric gloves and garbage bags on every beach. Wear good shoes – no flip-flops – and avoid valuable clothing. Bring along a reusable drinking bottle to avoid more plastic on the beach, sun screen and a hat for sunny weather.

SLDLP is a group of volunteers, truly engaged in the environment protection and sensitization, and mobilizing the community’s talents to organise events.

Yes, we do! If you wish to organise a private or corporate beach cleaning, feel free to contact us!

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Sounds awesome doesnt it, however the reality isnt quite what everyone imagines.

[Collecting a Code 4 dead juvenile Chinese White Dolphin then taking it for necropsy]

The smells are unique lets just say, but still the best unpaid job in the world!

Lower Image: Kurt Kainzer

#marineconservation #extinctionisforever #dolphins #hongkong #dirtyjob
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'It's time to flip the table over and save what can still be saved" Fondation Tara Océan
Food for thought as this week is a great momentum for #oceanprotection

We won't be on the beaches this year for the #worldoceanday (June 8th), but are inviting #oceanlovers to follow inspiring leaders from all sides . Stay tuned !

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In case you missed the buzz during the week-end, here is a good way to start the "Ocean week " .
Congrats to our friends Harry Chan, Hidy Yu, Claudia Chan for there never ending commitent to #beatplasticpollution
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Times are difficult for beach cleanups with the social distancing ... so we have been working hard to offer A NEW WEBSITE, ready for the next events as soon as we can !!!

HUGE THANKS to WILD Agency for their benevolent support to our association🙏🙏🙏

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