International Coastal Cleanup

The International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is the world’s largest single-day volunteer effort to remove trash from local waterways, beaches, lakes and rivers. Since the first ICC over 30 years ago, about 13 million volunteers have removed nearly 250 million pounds of trash from our oceans.

The Division of Coastal Resources Management would like to invite you to participate in this year’s ICC on Saturday, September 21, 2019.

Do your part to reduce ocean pollution and sign up now!

DCRM would like to thank all the 2018 ICC Partners for doing your part to reduce ocean pollution in the CNMI and we congratulate you on a job well done!

2018 ICC Partners: NMC Environmental Natural Resources Organization (ENRO), Marianas Young Professionals, San Roque Parish, DOCOMO Pacific, DFS Saipan Ltd., Herman’s Modern Bakery, GHD Engineering, National Park Services, Saipan World Resort, MCS Eco Club, CTSI Logistics, Hyatt Regency Saipan, Paradise Dental Spa, Bank of Guam, The Church of Almighty God, Saipan Southern High School, SSHS YEA Environmental Club, IPI-CSR, CHCC Employee Association, Saipan Community School, Saipan Centennial Lion’s Club, Kinpachi, Triple J Saipan, Aqua Connections, Fiesta Resort and Spa, Office of the Public Auditor,  Saipan Tribune, Kanoa Resort, NMTI Environmental Science Class, POI Aviation, Bridge Capital, and Bank of Hawaii; as well as the various organizations and volunteers in Rota and Tinian!

To learn more about the International Coastal Cleanup, visit Ocean Conservancy’s website here or contact Colleen Flores or Mallory Muña.