What can we do to reduce pollution at our local beach environments?

Asked by Tim Walsh

4 answers

  • How about forming a clean beach club that combines exercise with tidying up the beach? Youcould organse funding to pay the trainers so it would be free fitness training AND would help tidy up the beaches.

    Answered by David GravinaRating: 0
  • Over the summer months millions of vistors are attracted to the eastern beaches, and with them litter. The most important thing we can do is help people do the right thing and use the litter bins provided. Most beaches now also have dedicated bins for public recycling of drink containers - better still use a water bottle you can reuse.

    Also, much of the rubbish 'washed up' on our beaches is the rubbish dropped in streets and carried by stormwater down the drains. So keeping rubbish off our streets is just as important as keeping rubbish off our beaches - so everyone can help!

    Answered by Michelle Rose
    Green Beret
    Rating: 0
  • Boycott Coca Cola products, until they support a national Container Refund Sheme, is one way to ensure waste does not end up at your local beach. See video for more details: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqNWfbOMqd0&feature=youtu.be>

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