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Plastics|SA’s new advertisment focuses on marine litter

New radio and TV adverts for Plastics|SA focus on marine litter

Plastics|SA has released a series of new radio and television adverts in which it addresses the issue of plastics litter found in the marine environment. (more…)

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Polyoak Packaging

Plastics|SA rolls out Operation Clean Sweep: Polyoak Packaging signs pledge to prevent pellet loss

Polyoak Packaging has become part of a worldwide drive by plastics leaders to reduce the amount of plastic pellets ending up in rivers and ultimately in the ocean, by signing a pledge to prevent resin pellet, flake and powder loss as part of Plastics|SA’s Operation Clean Sweep. (more…)

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Marine Goodchild, Marketing Manager at DPI Plastics

DPI Plastics to sponsor inaugural AMWN Conference in 2017

DPI Plastics will sponsor the inaugural African Marine Waste Network (AMWN) Conference in 2017 as its lead Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project. (more…)

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Volunteers on Muizenberg Beach PHOTOGRAPHER: RYCHERDE WALTERS

International Coastal Clean-Up 2016

More than 100 countries participate annually on the third Saturday of September in the world’s biggest volunteer effort for ocean health.  Thousands of volunteers flock to beaches around the world to pick up and remove litter from beaches and coastal areas. (more…)

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Raised walkways made from recycled plastic including thousands of milk bottles and plastic bags

Plastics to the rescue at Beachwood Mangroves in KZN

World Oceans Day is a global day of celebrating the ocean.  This year, people all over the world are celebrating “Healthy Oceans – Healthy Planet’ and promoting the prevention of marine litter. (more…)

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DPI Plastics sponsors Fishing Line Recovery Programme

DPI Plastics and Plastics SA conserve marine life with plastic pipes and fittings

Excessive pollution continues to increase its stranglehold on the world’s oceans and marine life. Large amounts of discarded non-biodegradable monofilament fishing line results in severe injury and often painful death of animals that become entangled in the near-invisible lines, which are also a hazard to humans swimming and scuba diving. (more…)

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Everybody should take responsibility for recycling where they work, live or play

If our environment isn’t clean and healthy, neither are we…

From 14 to 19 September 2015, South Africans from all walks of life will once again be encouraged to clean-up and recycle in their environment as part of National Clean-Up and Recycle Week SA. (more…)

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