Who’s In

The organisations in our dive community supporting this project with their Mission 2020 pledge are putting the future of the oceans ahead of simply making a profit – they are making significant changes to their business and their impacts on the environment. Read some of their pledges below and submit your own here.

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Rainforest Scuba Logo

Rainforest Scuba

Rainforest Scuba pledge not to use plastic bags for any sales in our business. We encourage the use of refillable bottles and are happy to refill these for you. We do not encourage plastic packaging and will endeavour to avoid them at all cost. We are part of Tetracycle recycling.

Email: luanaroyle@y7mail.com
Website: rainforestscuba.com

Utila Dive Centre Logo

Utila Dive Centre

Utila Dive Center pledges to advocate environmental best practices through our professional training and dedicated conservation programs including using Reef Safe Products through our partnership with Stream2Sea, Solar Powered Facilities, 100% Project Aware partners, No Plastic and the development of our own Coral Nursery.

Email: manny@utiladivecenter.com
Website: www.utiladivecenter.comen

The Dirty Dozen Logo

The Dirty Dozen

By the end of 2019, The Dirty Dozen will be completely free of single-use plastic in all its operations. As part of our ever-expanding environmental policy we're working in a global alliance with Siren Fleet, blue o two, and Master Liveaboards. We're on-board in the fight against plastic pollution.

Email: arngrimssonaron@gmail.com
Website: www.thedirtydozen.org

Bali Dive Trek Logo

Bali Dive Trek

At Bali Dive Trek, we pledge to continually recycle and avoid any plastic, waste and polluting material in our dive center. We try to teach the local community and our customers to respect our environment and ocean by aware them of the dangers.

Email: balidivetrek@gmail.com
Website: balidivetrek.com

SCUBANANA Logo

SCUBANANA

No plastic uses. A Project to clean the ocean. We adopt a dive site. We introduce new product sustainables. Carry a bag with us during the dives to collect waste from the ocean. We try to transmit our philosophy to our costumers.

Email: info@buceoislascanarias.com
Website: www.scubanana.es

Purple Dive Penida Logo

Purple Dive Penida

We pledge to use no plastic in the products that we sell, as well as to reduce as much as possible in our daily operations. We pick up every single piece of plastic trash that we find underwater and we encourage our divers to do the same.

Email: info@purpledivepenida.com
Website: www.purpledivepenida.com

Aquarius Scuba Diving Centre, Inc. Logo

Aquarius Scuba Diving Centre, Inc.

When you train a diver to dive safely, they tend to care about the ocean, about its conservation and ecology, and about its preservation. The more people that we can bring in as certified divers and teach them these things, the better off that stewardship will be for the oceans.

Email: diving@aquariusscuba.com
Website: www.aquariusscuba.com

Innovative Scuba Logo

Innovative Scuba

At Innovative Scuba, we pledge to continue to offer many of our items in bulk-without packaging, In addition, we are working on a more sustainable re-usable/biodegradable packaging for future use! We commit to continue our donation efforts around the world to those helping to protect our Oceans and its inhabitants

Email: sales@innovativescuba.com
Website: innovativescuba.com

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cork dive centre

Cork Dive Centre pledges to introduce mission 2020 as part of our training programme for new divers and request our club and visiting divers to remove any plastic items found in the sea during their dives. We will exchange single use plastic items for recyclable and ethically sourced equipment.

Email: corkdivecentre@gmail.com
Website: corkdivecentre.co.uk

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Euro-Divers Maldives

Euro-Divers Maldives encourages all dives not to touch anything under water, we do not feed any fish under water, we teach our divers to be buoyant under water in order to avoid any contact with corals. We care about the ocean and engage in beach and ocean clean up's!

Email: susanne@euro-divers.com
Website: www.euro-divers.com

Simply Sidemount & Simply Tec Logo

Simply Sidemount & Simply Tec

Simply Sidemount of RAID UK & Malta, pledges to remove single-use-plastic from the work-place, use exclusively on-line training materials and to clear waste from dive-sites when visiting. We will continue enhanced in-water training for students to protect the environment, whilst actively promoting this environmental movement outside the classrom to others globally.

Email: garry@simplysidemount.com
Website: www.simplysidemount.com

Expat Divers in Korea Logo

Expat Divers in Korea

Expat Divers in Korea is a dive club of foreigners diving mostly in the East Sea. We are dedicated to protecting the waters of South Korea. As stewards of the ocean we plan monthly beach cleanup events with divers, snorkelers, and a beach crew. Come join us!

Email: timattis@gmail.com
Website: www.expatdiversinkorea.com

Purple Turtle Diving Logo

Purple Turtle Diving

Reduce single use plastics and encourage the use of eLearning. We will continue to remove plastics from the ocean including, but not limited to, Ghost Fishing gear by supporting Ghost Fishing UK in both training and volunteering.

Email: toni@purpleturtlediving.com
Website: www.purpleturtlediving.com

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Hugyfot

No more single use packaging. Our housings are made primarily from aluminium, the parts currently made from plastic will be replaced by 3D printed parts by 2020. The 3D printing material is made from formic acid, which is entirely biologically degradable.

Email: jutha@hugyfot.com
Website: www.hugyfot.com

Wreck and Reef Scuba Adventures Logo

Wreck and Reef Scuba Adventures

We will ensure that in the course of our business and personal lives, we will fully support the drive to avoid single-use plastics. We will continue to remain a 100% AWARE member, in so doing, contributing financially to the conservation of the Aquatic environment.

Email: dive@wreckandreefscuba.com
Website: www.wreckandreefscuba.com

Dolphin Scuba Diving Logo

Dolphin Scuba Diving

We pledge to continue to only use recycled paper products for stationary and in-store promotions. Dolphin Scuba proactively encourages our customers to reduce their plastic use by offering re-useable, ocean-friendly alternatives.

Email: dolphin@dolphinscuba.com.au
Website: www.dolphinscuba.com.au

BSAC (British Sub-Aqua Club) Logo

BSAC (British Sub-Aqua Club)

We’ll eliminate single-use plastic from SCUBA magazine and the national & regional training events by end 2018, and from BSAC branded products by World Oceans Day 2020. We’ll continue to promote BSAC’s ‘marine clean’ ethos of making underwater litterpicks, beach cleans and five-a-day litter picking ‘business as usual’ for divers.

Email: info@bsac.com
Website: www.bsac.com

Seahorse Divers Logo

Seahorse Divers

We take the pledge and choose to reduce, reuse and recycle disposable plastic whenever and wherever possible We refuse disposable plastic when possible. We use exclusively on-line training materials. We clear waste from dive-sites when visiting. We educate our students to be environmental friendly and show respect for nature.

Email: contact@seahorsedivers.nl
Website: www.seahorsedivers.nl

Nova Southeastern University Academic Diving Program Logo

Nova Southeastern University Academic Diving Program

The Nova Southeastern University Academic Diving Program pledges the following towards saving our oceans: Encourage all divers to have their own drinking bottle as part of their standard dive kit, to use coral safe sunscreens, and to leave all dive sites cleaner than they were when they arrived.

Email: tclark@nova.edu
Website: www.nova.edunsuaquaticsscuba-diving.html

Blue Safari Diving Logo

Blue Safari Diving

At Blue Safari, we pledge to remove all single-use plastic by 2020. We are committed to public outreach and will organise weekly beach cleans and ghost net/ FAD removal for guests and staff. We will power Alphonse Island largely with renewable energy and promote coral safe sunscreen.

Email: diving@alphonse-island.com
Website: www.bluesafari.com

Xwander Logo

Xwander

At Xwander, we pledge to be carbon neutral by World Oceans Day 2020, through the evaluation, reduction and compensation of our carbon footprint. We have replaced single-use plastics on excursions and we educate our customers about plastic pollution and sustainability. We also aim to organise frequent beach and ocean clean-ups.

Email: info@xwander.com
Website: www.xwander.com

Stellar Divers Logo

Stellar Divers

Together we are stronger! So for our small part we have gone 100% Project AWARE. Our 2 main aims for this year are: To be 50% digital products on all PADI Courses we offer & to ensure the team do NOT use single use plastics on any dive operation.

Email: simon@stellardivers.co.uk
Website: www.stellardivers.co.uk

DeeperBlue.com Logo

DeeperBlue.com

As a digital-only business, we already have a reduced plastic footprint. We pledge to be completely plastic free in all our marketing and promotional material by Worlds Ocean Day 2020. In addition, we will continue our mission to educate the world's divers about plastic reduction.

Email: hello@deeperblue.com
Website: www.deeperblue.com

Ocean Turtle Diving Logo

Ocean Turtle Diving

We pledge to - ban all single use plastic from the dive centre (cups, drinks bottles, packaging, bags and bin bags). - recycle every item of plastic, paper, cardboard, glass and metal possible in dedicated recycling containers. - instill these values in every student we teach from DSD to instructor.

Email: enquiries@oceanturtlediving.com
Website: www.oceanturtlediving.com

M.D.I MERCURY CO. LTD. Logo

M.D.I MERCURY CO. LTD.

At M.D.I Mercury Co. Ltd. we pledge to reduce single use plastic, ban plastic straws at work and our personal lives and use things of continuous and multiple use. We pledge to increase environmental awareness for our planet's protection against plastic pollution through our FB Page, Instagram and website.

Email: lefteris.orphanides@mercury.com.cy
Website: www.mercury.com.cy

Shark Bay Films Logo

Shark Bay Films

All the obvious. Plus buying milk in glass refundable bottles saving 300+ plastic bottles a year. And negotiating for a long lease of 2 fields in sight of our studio to plant with trees to offset our flights carbon footprints, plus reinstating a natural wildlife corridor severed by agriculture.

Email: john@sharkbayfilms.com
Website: www.sharkbayfilms.co.uk

Ratio Computers LLC Logo

Ratio Computers LLC

Here at Ratio Computers we have been and still are reducing the use of bubble wrap. Besides, the new computer boxes will no longer be painted and will be made of 100% recycled and recyclable cardboard. The health of our oceans is and will always be one of our priorities.

Email: export@ratio-computers.com
Website: www.ratio-computers.com

Kraken Dive Team Logo

Kraken Dive Team

By World Oceans Day 2020, we pledge to help create the next generation of ocean advocates by connecting as many young people as possible with our oceans through SCUBA diving. We will do this by continuing to offer young people try dives, alongside running ocean awareness sessions, across the UK.

Email: krakendiveteam@gmail.com
Website: www.krakendiveteam.co.uk

Ocean Extreme Dive and Travel Logo

Ocean Extreme Dive and Travel

I will carry a goodie bag for the purpose of collecting trash with me anytime I go to any water for the purpose of diving no matter if I'm teaching or just for pleasure, plastic bags are the worst items that has ever been marketed in all countries.

Email: pmccalpin@gmail.com
Website: www.oceanextreme.com