Suzuki Marine dealers have had 3 Clean-Up campaigns last year which all took place at various Suzuki Dealer Areas, Gauteng Canoe & Kayak, Suzuki Walvis Bay in Namibia and Suzuki Marine Zambia.
The first campaign was held in Gauteng by Canoe and Kayak, the event took place on 07-10 July 2020, Julie and Robbie Herreveld from Canoe & Kayak World along with local resident John Moran, cleaned up a 3km stretch of coastline leaving only their footprints behind. They ferried the 38 large garbage bags across the Laaipek Harbour mouth to the Harbour Masters Building.
Suzuki Marine Walvis Bay Clean-Up campaign took place on the 06th March 2021 where the Suzuki Marine Dealer and Boat clubs gathered to clean the ocean. They managed to fill up the 17 bags full of garbage collected out of sea.
Clubs that participated on this day are as follows:
Suzuki Marine South Africa, Skeleton Coast Marine Services, Walvis Bay Diving, Laramon Dolphin Tours, Walvisbay Yacht Club, Walvisbay municipality, Erongo Newspaper, Namibia Times, Theo and Buddy from the Walvisbay Yacht Club.
Suzuki Zambia had their Clean–Up campaign in March on the Lower Zambezi which was a huge success. Over the course of one morning, they managed to fill over 20 large bin bags and 3 large sacks with rubbish collected from the water and the river banks.