BeachPatrol - Corporate Volunteers

BeachPatrol can work with your corporate group. We can, put on presentations about plastic litter, what it is doing to our environment and marine life.

We can also take staff out on a beach or street litter for a survey. During these exercises the people work in small groups along the beach or street to record the litter count and type using BeachPatrol survey sheets. At the end of the survey the sheets are collated and the staff work out the total litter picked up in that session and what the litter types are. This provides a great education to them and helps show them how to cut back on our common problem waste items.
Donations to cover BeachPatrol staff time and are gratefully accepted. They are not taxable deductible at the moment.

Contact us for when organizing your next corporate social responsibility event.

 

 
 

Recent Corporate Activities

Activity_Date Company No_Volunteers Event Description Images (200 high)
26 Oct 2018 IBM 40 A large number came out to clean the beaches at Sandridge, Port Melbourne. They removed 42 bags or rubbish including 76 drink bottles and cans.
26 Oct 2018 Holcim 20 With 20 enthusiastic volunteers including 2 on the river in a kayak & a boat we removed a massive amount of rubbish. Our haul of 550kg included 706 drink bottles and cans, 9 shopping trolleys, 11 garbage bags filled with plastic fragments, packaging, food containers & other general rubbish. This amount of rubbish is totally acceptable especially when we are told that we are the cleanest state!
25 Oct 2018 Cvent 5 5 people turned out for a clean around the streets South Melbourne Market. Total pcs collected 1405 Top 3 Poly Cig butts Large soft plastic 54 recyclables

23 Jun 2018 Vero Insurance 7 7 volunteers came out and spent 1-1/2 hours cleaning a beach in Port Melbourne. 5139 pieces of plastic were removed. Approx 30 kg worth. They categoried it all into 18 different categories so they could understand what were the problem or most prolific items.
15 Dec 2017 Qenos 5 Qenos is a plastic pellet manufacturing company so this was an excellent chance to get some of their staff down to see plastic litter on the beach.
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