Divers Collect More Than 20 Bags of Trash From Seafloor In Joint Cleanup Effort


Guam – Divers collected more than twenty bags of trash this morning in a clean up effort by the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Micronesian Divers Association, Guam Coastal management Program, The University of Guam Marine Lab, UnderWater World and the iRecycle program near the Agat Cemetery.

Thirty divers collected aluminum cans, plastic bottles and other types of trash that had collected on the ocean floor just offshore from the Agat Cemetery.  The area was recently highlighted in a short video by underwater videographer Mike McCue.

Divers Annie Leon Guerrero from Guam EPA and Roxanna Miller from the Guam Coastal Management Program search the ocean floor for marine debris. The divers were part of a cleanup that included six boats, more than 30 divers and dozens of bags of trash near the Agat Cemetery today. Photo courtesy of Guam EPA.


Roxanna Miller, diver from the Guam Coastal Management Program, helps with a dive cleanup near the Agat Cemetery today. Miller was one more than 30 divers who participated in the cleanup coordinated by Guam EPA, UnderWater World, MDA, GCMP and the iRecycle program. Photo courtesy of the Guam Coastal Management Program.