The Bali Beach Clean Up (BBCU) program strives to preserve the natural beauty and cleanliness of Bali's coastal areas. As a direct result of this we are able to provide local wildlife a better chance of survival. Following our initiation of the BBCU program, the local communities alerted us that more sea turtles started to return to Kuta Beach to hatch their eggs. This triggered us to develop a hatchery facility known as Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation (KBSTC) to protect the sea turtles and boost the numbers of turtles in the surrounding islands. In 2012, we released 29,000 baby sea turtles and in this coming 22nd June, 2013, we will release even more in Bali Big Eco Weekend event.