Recycling: the why,how and where in Bahrain

Info page on the environment and recycling resources in Bahrain

Would you like to Volunteer in Bahrain?

When coming to Bahrain you see a lot of areas like environment and animals where volunteers are needed below you can find some of these club and societies that help. There any many worthwhile societies too but this website tries to concentrate on environmental issues (for now)
















A group that helps clean Bahrain’s Beaches.
Volunteers are always needed for a few hours of clean up work on the weekends.

darrenriffa@gmail.com
+973 39407030

Aims to clean up garbage in Bahrain and influence the youth to make a difference.
Volunteers are always needed for their beach and dive cleanups.

cleanupbahrain@gmail.com
+973 36501153

A non-profit organization, fully reliant on the generosity of others, dedicated to the welfare of animals.
Volunteer opportunities include grooming, walking, and playing with the animals.

www.bscpa.org
AWC (+973) 17591231 Thrift Shop (+973) 17593479

15th September 2018 World Clean up day

HUNDREDS of people
took part in a major beach
clean-up campaign across
Bahrain as part of World
Clean-up Day which was
marked yesterday.
Ten beaches were cleaned
up during the event organised
by the Supreme Council for the
Environment (SCE) in co-operation with the Bahrain Clean-up Society and supported by the UN Environment organisation.
More than 300 people took part in the key initiative Al Jazair Beach in the Southern Governate

An initiative to help feed, treat, and find homes for stray dogs.
Volunteer opportunities include feeding the dogs, and transporting injured or ill ones to clinics.

www.bahrainstrays.com
bsd@bahrainstrays.com
+973 39675919
Images: GDN 16 Sept 2018
The campaign covered also the
beaches of
Dry Dock,
Busaiteen,
Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Park in Muharraq; Jasra,
Karranah,
Jid Al Haj,
Malkiya
and Demistan in the Northern
Governorate,