BeachPatrol/LoveOurStreet in the Media

As the importance of BeachPatrol and Love Our Street grows, we are getting more and more media attention. We need media attention to broaden the reach of our cause. The more that people understand the problem with plastic, it’s littering, its impact on wildlife in the oceans and on land the sooner we will get behaviour change. The more public awareness we generate the more the various government departments and industry will pay attention to our causes.

 
 

Recent Media Releases

ReleaseDateMediaNameMediaTypeSubjectStoryImages
25 Sep 2019Docklands NewsNews Paperhttps://www.docklandsnews.com.au/editions/article/cleaning-our-community_15728/

11 Nov 2019Frankston LeaderNews PaperFor the 10th Birthday celebration of the start of BeachPatrol, a celebration clean was held in St Kilda. Over 90 people joined in on the clean. In 10 years BeachPatrol has grown to 47 groups performing over 500 cleans a year on beaches and streets.

05 Aug 2019Port Phillip LeaderNews PaperBeachPatrol releasd a phone app called Litter Stopper to allow any one to record their plastic litter pick ups. Using the phone makes it easy and fast to use on site. The data is stored on the Litterstopper.com website for all to see.

01 Oct 2019Docklands NewsNews PaperSee pages 20-21 https://www.docklandsnews.com.au/images/uploads/pdf-archive/DN157.pdf

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