Blog & Articles 2018-03-02T13:58:06+00:00

Message in a Bottle

Contrary to popular belief, most of the time drinking bottled water is not a healthier or smarter alternative to drinking tap water in a reusable bottle. You may be unaware of this, but if you live in Australia the water that comes out of your tap is likely to be better than the quality of bottled water that you

Have We Fallen Out Of Love With Plastic?

Plastics are everywhere. But more recently they have been on the news and not for any of the good things they provide us. Our landfills, rivers and oceans are being overrun with the stuff. We are choking our ecosystems and not one living creature has not been exposed to it. No matter where you go in the world, no

City2Surf Waste Warriors Initiative

City2Surf Waste Warriors Initiative By Jordan Pearson The Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by Westpac is the LARGEST fun run in the world and we know we have an impact on Sydney - the people, the city and of course the environment! That’s why we work closely with local councils, event and supply partners to reduce our waste. We are endeavouring to reduce and

Nippers Turning The Tide: Getting Plastic Off Our Beaches For Good

5 February 2018 A new campaign from Surf Life Saving NSW and Clean Oceans Australia is being launched this February to engage Nippers in getting plastics off our beaches. Plastic waste and garbage in our oceans is a huge environmental challenge and engaging ocean lovers when they are young with education and resources to change their behaviour is at

North Cronulla Nippers

John Weage February 23, 2018 11:00am Image: No plastic: North Cronulla Nippers will embrace the Clean Ocean culture of refillable bottles from their new drink station. Picture: John Veage North Cronulla Nippers are helping launch a new campaign from Surf Life Saving NSW and Clean Oceans Australia this weekend to engage young beach goers in getting plastics off our

Nippers ban plastic bottles

JANE HANSEN, The Sunday Telegraph February 18, 2018 12:00am AUSTRALIA’S beaches are drowning in plastic. One of the worst plastic pollutants is the water bottle but Surf Life Saving NSW and Clean Oceans Australia have enlisted the Nippers to help rid the plastic scourge from the sands of some of Sydney’s most iconic beaches. “Three million PET (Polyethylene terephthalate)