Keeping Our Bali Beaches Clean

Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia initiated the Bali Beach Clean-up program in 2007.

Together with the local community, we’ve had a significant impact on the beaches in Bali, collecting more than 40,000 tonnes of waste over the past 12 years.

The focus of the program is to address marine pollution, a big challenge for Indonesia as the world’s most populous island nation, and every day we employ around 75 locals to keep Bali’s five major beaches (Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran and Kedonganan) clean.

The Bali Beach Clean Up program provides regular employment and skills training to a team of waste collectors.

In addition to keeping Indonesia’s beautiful beaches pristine, we support the marine life that is now benefitting from the cleaner environment. Partnering with the Bali Sea Turtle Society, for example, we established Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation, which protects turtle eggs found on the shoreline. Since 2010, we have safely transported 245,769 newly born turtles into the ocean.

In an effort to continue the regeneration of Indonesia’s environment, Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia has donated more than 70,000 trees for communities in the areas surrounding our beach clean-up operations.