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Eco-heroes advised to stay safe this Clean-Up and Recycle SA Week
Eco-heroes advised to stay safe this Clean-Up and Recycle SA WeekArticle

During the annual Clean-Up and Recycle SA Week, South Africans are encouraged to make a difference where they live, work, learn or play by removing plastics and other litter...

4 Sep 2020

Tidying up their act for International Coastal Clean-Up
Tidying up their act for International Coastal Clean-UpArticle

Fact: there are more than 51 trillion pieces of microplastic in our oceans - that's more than 500 times more than the number of stars in our galaxy...

Issued by SAICA 22 Oct 2019

Garden Route National Park adds an extra day to SANParks Week
Garden Route National Park adds an extra day to SANParks WeekArticle

The Garden Route National Park has added one more day, Saturday, 15 September 2018 to the South African National Parks Week campaign...

14 Sep 2018

Artists create festive installation from trash
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In partnership with Volkswagen, Marine Dynamics, and the Overstrand Municipality, the Dyer Island Conservation Trust commemorated International Coastal Clean-Up Day with a special clean up in the Gansbaai area.

29 Sep 2017

Coastal Clean-up Day the best in 19 years
Coastal Clean-up Day the best in 19 yearsArticle

Organisers of this year's International Coastal Clean-Up Day that took place on 18 September, said this year's event was the best since South Africa officially became part of the biggest volunteer effort for ocean health in 1996...

5 Oct 2015

Call to support 2015 International Coastal Clean-up Day
Call to support 2015 International Coastal Clean-up DayArticle

As the local coordinator of the world's biggest volunteer effort for ocean health, Plastics|SA is expecting thousands of South Africans to flock to beaches, dams and water sources around South Africa on Saturday, 19 September to partake in the International Coastal Clean-up Day...

21 Aug 2015

Cleaning up SA for a sustainable future
Cleaning up SA for a sustainable futureArticle

From 14-19 September this year, South Africans will once again be encouraged to clean up and recycle in their environment as part of annual National Clean-Up and Recycle Week...

14 Jul 2015

2014 International Coastal Clean-up Day a huge success
2014 International Coastal Clean-up Day a huge successArticle

This year's annual International Coastal Clean-up Day, coordinated by Plastics|SA, Ocean Conservancy, KZN Wildlife and other strategic partners, was once again a huge success.

29 Sep 2014

Economy reduces plastics recycling in 2013, call for more source sorting
Economy reduces plastics recycling in 2013, call for more source sortingArticle

Plastics SA has just released the nation's latest plastic recycling results for the year 2013 - 280,000 tons of plastic (20.0% of all plastics manufactured in South Africa) were diverted from landfill and recycled during 2013.

15 Sep 2014

South Africans urged to support clean-up days
South Africans urged to support clean-up daysArticle

South Africans will celebrate the 2014 Clean-Up SA and Recycle Week from 15-19 September, with National Recycling Day taking place on Friday, 19 September and International Coastal Clean-Up Day on Saturday, 20 September.

8 Sep 2014

SA urged to support Clean-Up and Recycle Week
SA urged to support Clean-Up and Recycle WeekArticle

The 2014 Clean-Up and Recycle Week will be taking place from 15-20 September, culminating in National Recycling Day on Friday, 19 September and the 29th International Coastal Clean-Up Day on Saturday, 20 September.

7 Aug 2014

Environmental Affairs launches coastal project
Environmental Affairs launches coastal projectArticle

The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has launched a new cycle of Working for the Coast projects, with a budget of over R292-million. The project was officially announced by Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs, Rejoice Mabudafhasi on 27 September in the Louwville community near Saldanha Bay in the Western Cape.

1 Oct 2013

World Ocean Day celebrated with clean-upsArticle

The eyes of the world will be focused on the health of our oceans when World Oceans Day is celebrated on Friday, 8 June. Since it was first introduced in 1992, nations around the globe participated in the planet's biggest celebration of the ocean on this date as they raise awareness of the important role the sea has to play as a source of food, oxygen, medicine and trade routes.

7 Jun 2012

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