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Navy makes Malaysia record for largest underwater cleanup at Likas Bay
Published on: Saturday, June 22, 2024
By: Crystal E Hermenegildus
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Navy makes Malaysia record for largest underwater cleanup at Likas Bay
The commander of the Submarine Force, acting First Admiral Kamalrulzaman Zainul AhkmarKamarulzaman (third from right, front), receives a certificate from the Malaysia Book of Records for the achievement on June 22, 2024. (Photo: Daily Express/Crystal E Hermenegildus)
Kota Kinabalu: The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) through the Submarine Command Headquarters have made history by setting a Malaysia Book of Records achievement for the largest underwater cleanup involving 153 divers.

This achievement was part of the Jiwa Murni Programme called Borneo Ultra Cleanup 3/2024 held at the Likas Bay public park today.

The programme collected 1,434kg of waste, with 1,100.49kg collected on land and 323kg at sea.

The commander of the Submarine Force, acting First Admiral Kamalrulzaman Zainul Ahkmar, officiated the programme.

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