A Great Day for the Environment in Egypt

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Protecting the marine environment is important to us all as divers (as it should be to everyone), but this does not just involve collecting waste from the water, it also involves collecting waste rubbish before it enters the water. On April 17th and 18th, IDive Makadi Bay, together with the Modern English School (Cairo) and HEPCA (Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association) undertook a fantastic 2 day Beach Clean Up at Magawish Island in the Egyptian Red Sea.

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Related Article: School Children In Egypt To Take Part In Beach Clean Up

The two day event allowed children from Cairo to learn more about the marine environment and assist the teams from IDive and HEPCA in ridding the beaches of Magawish of waste products. The children also had a great opportunity to snorkel in the clear waters of the Red Sea.

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Congratulations to everyone involved. You have all made it a great day for the marine environment in Egypt.

Learn more about IDive Makadi Bay at: http://www.idivedivingcenter.com

Learn more about HEPCA at: http://www.hepca.org

Logistics for the trip was provided by Go To Know – Go To Know is the first company in Egypt that is specialised in organizing recreational & educational, escorted, Trips for school & university students, Go To Know specialise in putting together trips that not only take students to new places but also add to their knowledge and experience and, above all, satisfy their curiosity.

Learn more at: http://www.go-toknow.com

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Lee has been in the marketing industry for the last 15 years and now specializes in teaching marketing techniques to people in the scuba diving industry. He is founder of Dive Media Solutions which, in addition to providing complete marketing, media, communications and IT solutions exclusively for the scuba diving industry, also produces The Scuba News. You can connect with Lee via Twitter by following @DiveMedia

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