Beach clean-ups are one of the most important measures against marine litter. Many participants make great efforts to remove litter from Norwegian beaches. Here you can find our guide to beach clean-ups and experiences from clean-up operations around the country.
Beach Clean-up Guideline
This guideline describes best practice for the clean-up of marine litter.
Mission statement from the centre’s final clean-up operation in 2021
The final clean-up operation of the year under the national beach clean-up project took place in Sunnmøre at the end of October.
Clean-up operation in Færder National Park
The National Park is a popular destination and attracts visitors from the entire country. However, large amounts of plastic are hidden in the cracks in the roche moutonnée.
On a clean-up mission in Rogaland
The national beach clean-up project on a mission in Rogaland, together with Clean Shores and Ryfylke Outdoor Council.
Cleanup operation between rocks
The Norwegian Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness and Marine Environment started the autumn cleanup season by tackling a highly littered area outside Ure in Lofoten.
National beach clean-up project
The aim of the project is to map, test and communicate best practices for clean-up operations, as well as collection and handling of marine waste.