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Clean Surf Project is a registered non profit organization founded in April 2017. 

Entry Motivation: 

Clean Surf Project is a registered non profit organization founded in April 2017.

As ocean lovers and regular beach-goers, our mission is to end the devastating impact plastic and polystyrene waste is having on the invaluable ecosystems that ultimately support our existence as a species!

Through providing information, organizing clean ups and being proactive within the community, we aim to create a more environmentally conscious society that strives for a cleaner, healthier and more comfortable environment in and around the ocean!

Our Objectives are:

  • Creating awareness as to the effects of how our behavior is not only damaging our natural environment but also how it is having a severely detrimental impact on our health.
  • Having educational programs available to all, young and old, and invite schools and community groups to participate in our clean ups. Encourage civilians to take pride in their ‘home.’
  • There is a sense of urgency becoming apparent throughout the global community and we too realize the seriousness with which we need to approach the scourge of plastic pollution.
  • With 8 million tons been dumped into the sea each year and up to 40% of plastic dumped on land entering the oceans too, the need to find solutions is dire. Clean Surf Project is a registered non profit organization founded in April 2017.
  • As ocean lovers and regular beach-goers, our mission is to end the devastating impact plastic and polystyrene waste is having on the invaluable ecosystems that ultimately support our existence as a species!
  • Through providing information, organizing clean ups and being proactive within the community, we aim to create a more environmentally conscious society that strives for a cleaner, healthier and more comfortable environment in and around the ocean!
  • Ultimately we are aiming to spread the work that we do along our coast and inland. Working together is what is going to affect the most change.

Please visit Clean Surf Project's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/cleansurfproject/ to get further information about recent beach clean ups, school presentations and/or other projects such as bin installation, recycling projects, etc.