Go to the Beach on World Oceans Day!

June 14, 2021
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In 2021, June 8th is World Oceans Day, but the event extends through the remainder of the week. Aside from the obvious title, what is World Oceans Day about? According to the United Nations website, the environmental holiday was created to inform the public about “the impact of their actions on the ocean, develop a worldwide movement of citizens of the ocean, and mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world’s oceans.”

In order to help bring awareness to World Oceans Day, there are a number of things you can do (as well things you can do year-round):

  1. Reduce your plastic use.
  2. Choose sustainable seafood, or just say no to seafood in general.
  3. Do some beach cleanup!
  4. Don’t support live shows that utilize sea creatures. Sure they can be fun, but these animals are in captivity.
  5. Spend some fun time at the beach and enjoy the waves and the sun!

If you’re located in the Southern California area, there’s plenty of ocean to appreciate! Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Orange County and Los Angeles County have so many places you can enjoy. Here are some of the beach areas that the Southern California area has to offer:

Irvine Cove Beach

Irvine Cove Beach

Orange County

  • Dana Point
    • Capistrano Beach Park
    • Dana Strand Beach
    • Salt Creek Beach
  • Huntington Beach
    • Huntington Dog Beach
    • Bolsa Chica State Beach
    • Sunset Beach
  • Laguna Beach
    • Crescent Bay Beach
    • Crystal Cove State Park
    • Table Rock Beach
  • Newport Beach
    • Corona Del Mar State Beach
    • Newport Municipal Beach
    • Pirates Cove Beach
  • San Clemente
    • Lost Winds Beach
    • San Clemente Pier City Beach
    • San Onofre State Beach
  • Seal Beach
    • Seal Beach
    • Surfside Beach
Sunset Point Beach

Sunset Point Beach

Los Angeles County

  • El Segundo
    • El Segundo Beach
  • Hermosa Beach
    • Hermosa City Beach
  • Long Beach
    • Alamitos Beach
    • Long Beach City Beach
    • Shoreline Aquatic Park
  • Los Angeles
    • Dockweiler State Beach
    • Playa Del Rey Beach
    • Venice Pier Beach
  • Malibu
    • Carbon Beach
    • El Matador State Beach
    • Point Dume State Beach
  • Manhattan Beach
    • El Porto Beach
    • Manhattan County Beach
  • Marina Del Rey
    • Marina Beach
    • Marina Peninsula Beach
  • Palos Verdes Estates
    • Honeymoon Cove
    • Lunada Bay Beach
    • Malaga Cove Beach
  • Rancho Palos Verdes
    • Golden Cove
    • Point Vicente Park and Lighthouse
    • Terranea Cove Beach
  • Redondo Beach
    • Redondo County Beach
    • Seaside Lagoon
    • South Redondo Beach
  • Santa Monica
    • Santa Monica State Beach
    • Sorrento Beach
    • Will Rogers State Beach
  • Torrance
    • Torrance Beach

There are literally hundreds of beaches in Southern California alone. From hidden beaches to state parks, to dog beaches, to so much more, there is no shortage of places you can go to soak up the sun and share your love of the ocean!

Earthwise Hauling is contributing to the protection of our oceans by:

  • Our uniforms and shirts are made from recycled water bottles.
  • All our trucks run on natural gas to reduce air pollution.
  • Junk and debris collected is recycled, reused or repurposed. We don’t dump at landfills. Period.
  • We have built a network of businesses and organizations that recycle all types of material.
  • We have our own sorting facility to guarantee we recycle and repurpose as much as possible.

We are also proud sponsors of the River and Lands Conservancy.

You can learn more about World Oceans Day at the official website, For UN World Oceans Day, you can visit Lastly, for a comprehensive list of beaches in the Southern California area, you can visit