Jacob Roth is disgusted and at the same time concerned with the amount of rubbish that ends up in our waterways.
People don't seem to care about the environment, Jacob said.
The 18-year-old is one from a small, selfless group of local teenagers - Beau Roth, Zac Burton, Dylan Roth and Jay Mathieson - who have been spending their summer holidays clearing Wallis Lake of unwanted debris.
In the short time the boys have been cleaning up Wallis Lake they have found a surprising assortment of rubbish - camping chairs, bicycle, chairs, bottles, batteries, tyres, kayak paddle and three anchors.
"We've picked up about 30 tyres and even found a shopping trolley," Jacob said.
People don't seem to care about the environment.Jacob Roth
The quest to try and rid the lake of rubbish for the young diving enthusiasts began last year.
"We love diving and we haven't been doing a lot of spearfishing, so why not pick-up the rubbish instead.
"There is so much; we are surprised with the amount of rubbish.
"It is a bit ridiculous."
The boys generally work between the turtle in Memorial Drive and Barclays Oysters in Little Street, but also venture to other parts of the lake.
Rubbish collected by the group is either placed in the red council bins in Gregory Reserve or taken to a large bin which has been placed outside Dive Forster in Little Street.
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