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The "World's Largest Sea Cleanup" project takes place on about 80 beaches in Israel, with the aim of raising awareness of our difficult sea situation. So which is the dirtiest beach in the country? Details at Walla! Tourism

The "World's Largest Sea Cleanup" project in Israel is underway

The "Cleanest Sea in the World" project is taking place tomorrow (Friday) on about 80 beaches in Israel, in order to raise awareness of our difficult sea situation.

So which is the dirtiest beach in the country?

And what is the percentage of our clean beaches?

Take a bag and let's find out




Thursday, 02 December 2021, 15:22 Updated: 16:33

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Tomorrow (Friday) there will be a project "Cleaning the largest sea in the world" in Israel (13: 00-09: 00), which will go through about 80 points along the shores of Israel. Thousands of volunteers, environmental activists and good citizens have set out to clean up the dirty shores of our country, in an attempt to raise awareness of our plight.

The volunteers went to the beaches from Rosh Hanikra in the north to Ashkelon in the south (including the beaches of Eilat and the Sea of ​​Galilee) in order to emphasize to decision makers the importance of preserving the sea, establishing marine reserves, and preventing climate crisis damage.

The previous event, which took place about a year ago, was attended by about 18,000 people who collected over 62 tons of garbage. The most common type was various smoking products followed by corks, cardboard and styrofoam packaging, plates and cutlery, hygiene products, non-deposit beverage bottles, building materials, fishing products and toys.

Data from the "Clean Beach" index from the previous month show that 89% of the beaches measured were rated "clean" to "very clean", compared to 86% in the previous index.

In the same period last year only 70% of the beaches were found to be clean to very clean.

The percentage of clean beaches since the beginning of 2021 stands at 72.7%.

So let's take an important part in cleaning our country, and it's time to get to know even the dirtiest beaches in Israel right now so you can come and improve their condition.

More on Walla!

62 tons of garbage in one day: This is the product that Israelis throw the most on beaches

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Cigarettes collected at Nahariya Beach (Photo: The Society for the Protection of Nature, The Society for the Protection of Nature)

Nahariya Beach:

South of the beach there is asbestos until the Ga'aton estuary.

Atlit Beach:

From Nahal Oren to Atlit Fortress.

Third Mountain Beach: From

Neve Yam to the Habonim Reserve.

Caesarea Beach Aqueduct: From

Caesarea to


National Park


From Hadera River to the fishing village - Olga.

Youth Beach:

From Beit Yanai to Youth.

Palmachim-Ashdod North Beach: From the

end of the Ashdod jurisdiction border to the Eshkol power station.

South Zikim Beach:

From Zikim River to the Gaza Strip border.

* Data of the Clean Coast Index 15.11.2021 of the National Unit for the Protection of the Marine Environment.

More on Walla!

The tourists who clean up the garbage you leave in Israeli nature

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Waste at Hadera Beach (Photo: Official Website, Fred Arzuan, Ministry of Environmental Protection)

According to various estimates, about 8 million tons of plastic are dumped into the seas and oceans each year.

A national monitoring report of marine waste for 2019, conducted by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Institute for Marine and Lake Research, found that about 70% of marine waste consists of bags and plastic packaging, and in the last two years many face masks have been added to coastal and marine waste.

The sea also plays an important role in maintaining a stable climate, but the sea's ability to balance the climate is in jeopardy in the face of global changes.

The eastern Mediterranean is warming at an accelerated pace due to climate change - and global warming and its temperature have risen by about 3 degrees in recent decades.

This change affects some Mediterranean species.

Conservation of nature at sea, through nature reserves, allows marine nature to continue to thrive, be more resilient to climate change, and even help mitigate climate change through the absorption of carbon dioxide.

Garbage at Mikhmoret Beach (Photo: Society for the Protection of Nature, Iris Arbel, Society for the Protection of Nature)

Happening on all the shores of the country

The main event will take place at Acadia Beach in Herzliya, which will include a performance by Izzy the rapper, the announcement ceremony of the Mediterranean ambassador and more.

In addition, other beaches in Israel are expected to hold events for the general public, such as tours of the Nature and Parks Authority, competitions, tutorials, and activities for the whole family.

Among the beaches where there will be beach cleaning: Rosh Hanikra, Betzet, Achziv, Shavei Zion, Bustan Hagalil, Acre Beach, Kiryat Yam, Kiryat Haim, the quiet beach, Bat Galim, Azure, Shikmona, Carmel, Zamir / Dado, the students, Hof Carmel, Neve Yam, Nachsholim, Maayan Zvi, Sdot Yam, Olga, Mikhmoret, Beit Yanai, Neurim, Sironit, Argaman, Poleg, Hasharon, Gaash, Shefayim, Acadia, Hatzuk, Tel Baruch, Metzitzim, Slope Jaffa, Givat Aliya, Hof Bat Yam , Palmachim Beach, Ashdod Beaches, Ashkelon Beaches, Nitzanim, Eilat Beaches, Sea of ​​Galilee Beaches and more.

Updated beach map


The event is led by a coalition of Mediterranean people from our organization, and in collaboration with environmental organizations including: the Society for the Protection of Nature, Clear, Environment, Delphis, we make a change, life and environment, the Nature and Parks Authority, Green Trend, Greenpeace, the Coalition for the Prevention of Plastic Pollution in Israel, clean coin, climate Israel and many others, and in collaboration with municipalities and regional councils.

More details about the event

at the following link


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Source: walla

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