Corporate Groups Program
Corporate Groups Program
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.
"Thank you so much for a great and eye opening day! In my personal life I am so much more conscious of my behaviour and in our professional life we are motivated to make a difference!"
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.
For more details on Corporate cleans, please download the PDF link here.
|Activity Date||Company||# of Volunteers||Event Description||Image|
|06 Mar 2020||AESOP||10||
AESOP cleaned a beach in Port Melbourne. They collected 1159 peices of plastic and performed a full audit into 24 different categories to identify the types of plastic rubbish washing in.
|26 Feb 2020||Newman College||26||These students cleaned along the banks and streets of the Yarra north side in the CBD. Plastic bottles 62 Cans 21 Glass 12 Coffee cups and lids 21 lids, 20 cups 14 bags rubbish 5 bags of recycling|
|07 Feb 2020||Mars Australia||18||Mars came out to the New Beach in Port Melbourne today. A good day to see the magnitude of the problem. In approx 60 mins they collected 5700 peices of plastic off the beach tide line. 23 of the 24 item types list for LitterStopper reporting were found. The beach was quite a mess before we started byt much better after the end.|
|30 Jan 2020||Fact Set||18||This group did a clean in 38 dec C weather. Very hot. 40 mins clean yielded 3.4kg of rubbish, 1782 pieces 17 x plastic bottle, 14 x glass and 32 cans Butts had highest count of 763|
|23 Jan 2020||Jacobs||6||
944 pieces of plastic were removed from the beach over 30 minutes.
|19 Dec 2019||Contiki||4||
We collected 5 bags of mixed Rubbish , mainly small plastics , straws and cigarette butts. One syringe was also removed from the sand. Contiki have a wonderful program based on 3 pillars ... helping out people , the plant and wildlife. Often these overlap as we know that removing hazardous litter from beaches or anywhere for that matter helps our ocean and protect wildlife. By coming out and helping us today Roz and crew have demonstrated that Contiki are very much committed to “ treading lightly “ .
|17 Dec 2019||South Melbourne Market||14||14 Volunteers joined together for a group exercise building event. They collected 92 drink containers, 31 coffey cups and lids. Plus 11 bags of rubbish.|
|06 Dec 2019||ANZ Bank||6||6 People cleaned a shoreline around Docklands. They joined up with Ocean Crusders who do professional litter cleans and river banks.|
|05 Dec 2019||Open Table||18||Between them the group removed 5515 pieces of plastic rubbish removed, including over 4500 cigarette butts|
|29 Nov 2019||Sunsuper||13||Thee Sunsuper staff took off work in the morning due to their “Growth Day” and donated their time to clean St Kilda beach! The team picked up - over 70 drink containers - 5 syringes - almost 100 bottle tops - innumerable bits of plastic and polystyrene - 700 (!) cigarette butts, which is interesting, since smoking is illegal on City of Port Phillip beaches!|