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RECYCLE & REPURPOSE 

The rubber mulch produced from the cleanup could be used for mulching local playgrounds. Spread 3" thick it would be enough to mulch around 82 single acre lot playgrounds. Turning pollution into potential!

INTO PLAYGROUNDS

THE OSBORNE REEF

These tires cover around 34 acres or approximately 1,580,000 square feet of the oceans floor.

TURNING POLLUTION

TURNING POLLUTION

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Saviors of seas is a non-profit entity overseeing the Osborne Reef Project. S.O.S. has contracted with Commercial diver services, a local Fort Lauderdale based company, to ensure that all the OSHA and EPA standards are being followed.

Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to remove The Osborne Reef in its entirety. 100% of all donations will be allocated to the cleanup efforts. Together, we can make a difference. Let's help to restore Ft.Lauderdale's natural oceanic habitat to its full potential. Thank you!

We are Saviors Of Seas Inc. We are a nonprofit organization focused on making our world a better place by helping to clean  our planets oceans. The Osborne Reef off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale is just the first of many projects we aim to undertake to help keep our worlds oceans flourishing.​

Help Us Clean The Osborne Reef

The E.P.A. has already approved our plan and our Resource license from Broward County has been granted. Now we just need your help.

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Help Us Clean The Osborne Reef

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. Keep up the good work!​​

100 tires mulches down into 1.4 cubic yards on average. An estimated 32,000 cubic yards of mulch can be produced with the tires that are removed.