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September 2014 Trashy Diver Contest Winners!


September 2014 Trashy Diver Contest Winners!


Grab your camera and hit the water because we want to see you be a Trashy Diver!
 
Roddenberry Adventures in partnership with NAUI Green Diver Initiative and sponsored by TUSA, Blue Steel Scuba, Intova, Tovatec, and Vivid-Pix present the 4th annual Trashy Diver Contest. We are challenging all outdoor enthusiasts, scuba divers, beach combers, and water lovers alike to collect trash from any aquatic environment, above or below the water, and photograph the results. You could win one of our great monthly prizes or amazing Grand Prizes, including a free scuba gear set!
 
Congratulations to our September monthly winners!
 
Most Amount of Trash photo: “More than 1 ton of waste cleaned from lake in Genthod-bellevue.” - Submitted by Cayrol M. from Nyon, Switzerland
 
Most Unique Piece of Trash photo: “Stove collected by Eco Divers” - Submitted by Len M. and Eco Divers from Thunder Bay, Ontario
 
 


Featured Green Divers
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Do you have an energy efficient stove in your home?

True (188 votes)
71.8%

False (74 votes)
28.2%

262 votes...

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Did You Know?


Used aluminum beverage cans are the most recycled item in the U.S., but other types of aluminum, such as siding, gutters, car components, storm window frames, and lawn furniture can also be recycled.


On average, a vegan, a person who doesn't eat meat or dairy, indirectly consumes nearly 600 gallons of water per day less than a person who eats the average American diet.


More aluminum goes into beverage cans than any other product.



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