Keep Bali Beautiful
The idyllic island of Bali is drowning in plastic pollution, and it is killing our land, sea and wildlife. Please join Keep Bali Beautiful’s mission to support village recycling operations and environmental education.
Our mission is to Keep Bali Beautiful by partnering with schools and villages to recycle plastic pollution.
Keep Bali Beautiful is a grassroots recycling program that partners with local schools and villages to build a sustainable recycling network, as well as to change the beliefs and habits that lead to pollution.
Keep Bali Beautiful and our volunteers operate recycling stations, storage centers, and reliable recycling pick-up in the eastern part of Bali. Most importantly, we are slowly building an environmental ethic among young people in Bali by partnering with schools to create EcoClubs, educating students on the importance of recycling and what it takes to Keep Bali Beautiful.
How You Can Help
You can make a difference cleaning up the island of Bali with a contribution to Keep Bali Beautiful. Your donation will be used to support one of the island’s most effective village recycling centers, Tangkas Village Recycling (TPS). This program serves more than 1,000 people and recycles or composts 95% of the waste it receives. Please help!
Visit a traditional village and get to know a Balinese family who has launched a successful recycling project. During this 4-hour tour you’ll visit a beach temple, and participate in a Balinese ceremony honoring Tri Hita Karena (harmony with nature, community and the Gods. You’ll also visit the recycling center and have lunch with your village hosts.
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What People Say
“My experience at Keep Bali Beautiful was amazing. The people are so nice, respectful and happy. They treat you like you are their family. We did a Balinese ceremony, did our clean- up and had lunch. The food is so delicious. It will be a memory to remember.”Adam
“This intimate tour has everything to offer if you are looking for something off the beaten path….I would highly recommend it to any earth lovers out there or to anyone wanting to connect with Bali. All day felt like a real authentic Bali experience away from the tourist traps. The team took care of us all day, taking us to the temple and guiding us through their beautiful ceremony, the beach and the recycling centre, then we ate a lovely meal together and made recycled key chains. I really enjoyed doing the beach clean, I felt a real sense of purpose, and the friendly team made it very enjoyable.Chloe & Charlotte
What’s Up with Keep Bali Beautiful
- Eco-Creativity: Village Theater Promotes RecyclingAn important step in solving Bali’s environmental problems is helping people understand why plastic pollution is a problem and inform them how they can help solve it. One creative way to get the message out is occurring in Klungkung province with the support of the Bupati (regional governor) I Nyoman Suwirta. He hosted a performanceContinue reading “Home”
- Into The Eco Video Highlights Eat, Pray, Recycle Eco Village TourMany thanks to Lottie of the Eco-Travel blog, “Into the Eco” for visiting with our Keep Bali Beautiful and Tangkas Village Recycling Team. She produced a beautiful video that helps to describe the Eco Tour which you can book via Airbnb. It captures what the village is doing to return to harmony with nature byContinue reading “Home”
- Tangkas Village Recycling Now Serves More than 1,000 PeopleMore than 1,000 Tankgas villagers are helping to Keep Bali Beautiful by taking part in the Tangkas Village Recycling Program (TPS). Founded by Ketut Darmawan in 2016, TPS has been gaining support among village families who pay just 15,000 rupiah ($1.07 USD) for trash pick-up every two days. The garbage is sent to the TPSContinue reading “Home”
Join Eat, Pray, Recycle
Spend a day with us at our village, get to know our family and how our community is making a difference to Keep Bali Beautiful. The tour is an Airbnb Social Impact experience where 100% of what you pay goes to the village recycling program.