International Coastal Cleanup, Singapore


About the Cleanup

Why cleanup?

Organisers Page

Zones & Sites


Participants Page

Results & Photos


Contact us

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Coordinated by:

NUS Toddycats
NUS Toddycats




The International Coastal Cleanup is coordinated in Singapore by Toddycats! - volunteers with the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (formerly Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research) at the National University of Singapore.

The group of volunteers who help coordinate the ICCS, who

We assign the sites so that everyone is working comfortably in their allocated area and the data is reliable, partner groups and organisations, conduct recces, help new organisers get started in their first year, recruit and train Site Buddies, and very importantly, collect, compile and verify data from organisers before submission to the international coordinators at Ocean Conservancy.

We also run the annual ICCS Workshop and ICCS Briefing and so have a busy calendar.

Most of us are veterans to the ICCS programme, with 5-13 years of service in various roles. And we don't let all our planning get in the way of us hitting the beaches and mangroves alongside volunteers every year, without fail.

ICCS Otters 2020

  • Coordinator: N. Sivasothi
  • Dy Coordinator (Data Captain): Airani S.
  • Blog & Webpage: N. Sivasothi
  • Facebook: Liz Lim
  • Power of 5 mangrove cleanups: - Frances Loke (LGM @ Kranji); Adriane Lee, Hong Xinlei & N. Sivasothi (ICCS @ LCK)
  • Web Resources - Joys Tan, Lim Cheng Puay
  • Webpage Revamp - Tan Chia Wu
  • Webinars - Ng Kai Scene, Airani S & Chong Siew Men
  • Educational projects & School Talks - Joleen Chan & N. Sivasothi