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|
|17 Jun 2022||Puma Australia||32||
A large number of volunteers from Puma Australia came out for their quarterly beach corporate clean. They cleaned the beaches around Hampton and Brighton. They were lead by the leaders of 3188 BeachPatrol.
|27 May 2022||Canadian Solar||15||
15 employees came out to clean a Port Melbourne Beach. THey collected 2047 peices of plastic in one hour. Including 27 drink bottles and cans, 12 ppe masks, 576 bits of hard plastic, 440 bits of soft plastic film.
|04 Apr 2022||Melbourne University Wildlife Conservation Society||10||
10 young people came along. They worked in pairs and entered the data on the the LitterStopper app as they collected it. A very efficent way to record and count plastic litter. They collected 830 peices of plastic including 11 bottles and cans and 8 PPE items
|01 Apr 2022||Telstra||13||
13 Volunteers from Telstra were involved n their corporte clean today. 3576 Pieces of plastic collected and counted, incluiding : 21 plastic bottles, 485 food wrappers, 66 bottle tops, 660 nurdles, 181 polystyrene pieces, hard plastic fragments : 172 >50mm & 602 <50mm,, soft plastic fragments: 341 pieces >50mm & 569 <50mm
|24 Feb 2022||Newman College||25||
These people cleaned up along Whitman St in South Melbourne. THis is a short street running along side the tram track. It has a lot of rubbish along it however.
Partial audit of 26 bags total with these stats: 62 glass bottles, 103 plastic bottles, 79 cans, 147 ppe, 56 straws, 79 bottle tops, 54 coffee cups, 40 other cups, 866 cig butts
|10 Dec 2021||Puma Australia||100||
A successful beach clean with Puma, unfortunately we did not have enough bags for each individual person but asked to join a group with a bag. Provided all participants with disposable gloves with roughly 100 Puma workers turned up for the clean. We did not hand out pick up sticks, but had two on hand for any undesirable items. We only focused in on certain items but thousands of soft plastics were also removed from the beach and foreshore at Green Point. This coroporate clean was run by the team at Hampton (3188) Beachpatrol.
Some the items they counted were 63 glass bottles, 90 plastic bottles, 123 cans, 73 PPE items, 120 food containers, 36 straws, 22 coffee cups, 21 other drink cups and 43 plastic cutlery items
|09 Dec 2021||HSBC||9||
A group of 9 volunteers from HSBC bank cleaned a Middle Park beach for 35 mins where they collected 571 items, 318 of those hard small bits. They then moved back up to the streets for 30 mins collecting another 509 items, of this were 173 butts & 107 food wrappers.
|26 Nov 2021||AESOP||8||
8 staff came out to clean a beach in Port Melbourne. At the start, they first thought it was a clean beach, but after 1679 pieces of plastic were removed (including 275 pieces of hard small plastics, 252 nurdles, 45 straws & 47 bottle lids) they changed their minds.
|29 Apr 2021||Mars||18||
18 Volunteers from Mars Australia came out to perform a beach clean in Port Melbourne today. They collected over 4100 pieces of plastic rubbish, in 28 different categories, on approx 300 m of beach. Items included 76 straws, 11 balloons, 380 pieces of polystyrene, 89 bottle tops, and 343 food wrappers.
|29 Mar 2021||Mulesoft||16||
Liam and his work team at MuleSoft volunteered their services for a corporate clean at Mentone Beach yesterday. It’s great to have support from businesses such as MuleSoft to help in removing as much litter as we can from the environment. A good day was had by all and in the end the 16 volunteers picked up 9 bags of rubbish weighing 44.3kgs including 75 bottles and cans.