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Ocean-Friendly Practices in 5 Easy Steps

It is now, more than ever, up to us! We must make large and little improvements everywhere if we wish to leave a healthy ocean for future generations. Here are five simple things you can take to help save the ocean in 10 minutes or less.

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Bring Your Own Garbage Bag

Our trash does not disappear. A great deal of unattended garbage is transported into local rivers and eventually ends up in the ocean, posing serious difficulties for marine life. The floating plastic may cause mortality to seabirds, turtles, seals, and other animals. Whether you’re working at marine solution Malaysia or just spending the evening on a Sunday at the beach, carry your own shopping bags, cups, and containers. 

Perform a Pressure Check

Are you on the road? Using a basic tire gauge, check your tire pressure. You can reduce your carbon impact, save money, and extend the life of your vehicle. Reduced use of fossil fuels may aid in the slowing of global climate change and ocean acidification, both of which impact ocean chemistry and disrupt marine biodiversity.

Turn off The Switches

Many household appliances, such as video gaming consoles, continue to drain power after they have been switched off. Phantom energy accounts for up to 75% of the power used by gadgets in a normal home. Unplug unneeded gadgets or use a power strip to safely and quickly turn off the power.

Clean Up

Water and other trash may end up in the ocean even if you don’t live near the sea. Cleaning chemicals may aid in the preservation of the ocean and other waterways. Many surfaces may be safely cleaned using vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice.

Picky Eating

Many of our old favorites don’t always have enough fish in the water. According to some research, up to 90% of large predatory fish have disappeared as a consequence of intense fishing. Demanding sustainable seafood at supermarkets and restaurants may help turn the tide.

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