surfers cleaning up the ocean effortlessly

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After you finish your surfing session just pick up any trash you find on the beach and carry it to the nearest trash bean.

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Like Mick Fanning and many others

Two-time world champion Mick Fanning leads by example by helping cleaning a local beach after his surfing session.


Why should you do it too?

Because it's easy

Because it's easy

It's easy and it has the potential to make a big impact. Don't underestimate the power of small gestures. Imagine if every surfer does it.

Plastic is bad for the ocean

Plastic is bad for the ocean

Plastic comprises 60-80% of all marine debris. When plastic gets into the oceans, animals can easily mistaken that plastic for food. If ingested, plastic may prevent the animal from eating, thus, cause it to slowly starve itself to death.

You are helping yourself

You are helping yourself

No surfer likes to paddle out in an ocean of debris. The ocean belongs to everybody and therefore it also belongs to you. Keeping it clean improves your life.

You are helping future generations

You are helping future generations

We have a duty to maintain our planet. By ruining it we are limiting the success of future generations.

You are saving animals

You are saving animals

Animals, can be entangled in plastic debris which will kill them. By preventing the plastic to enter the ocean you will potentially save many animals.

Set an example

Set an example

By helping cleaning the beach you are contributing to a better world. Other surfers will see it and will join in.


You can do it. You can make a huge difference.

After you finish your surfing session just pick up any trash you find on the beach and carry it to the nearest trash bean.

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