Plastic Polluted Ocean

Project AWARE

International Beach Clean up Day

In partnership with volunteer organizations and individuals around the globe, Diving Adventures engages people to remove trash from the Geneva Lake beaches and waterway.

We hope we’ll see you at the next Clean up Day which this year we organize in September!



How to join the project?

Very simple. Send us a request by e-mail and we will get in contact with you.

What is the aim of the project?

The purpose of the cleanup is to engage people around the world to remove trash and debris from beaches and waterways, to identify the sources of the litter, and to change the behaviors that cause pollution.

If I do not dive can I still help?

Yes, of course. Unfortunately, there is always some work to be done on the shores

How much does it cost to clean a beach?

Beach cleaners' costs vary greatly depending on their size and mode of propulsion. Self-propelled machines can cost anywhere up to $90,000, while tractor-towed beach cleaners can cost as little as $10,000. Small walk-behind units hover between $10,000 and $20,000, depending on if its controls are hydraulic or manual.


Project Aware is a unique opportunity for us to raise environmental awareness among all generations.

Anna, Community Volunteer