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Curl Curl, NSW, Australia

August 9, 2019

 The Rubbish trap or 'gross pollutant trap' near Harbord road in Curl Curl is very good at trapping large bits of floating rubbish when there is a medium flow however in a heavy rain event everything just washes straight over the top and into Curl Curl Lagoon.

We a...

August 9, 2019

Todd Dickinson, Director, Environment and Sustainability at Northern Beaches Council, Sydney, Australia confirmed that the Council had discussed installing a Vote with your Butt box in a high pedestrian area within the council area on Sydneys Northern Beaches.

If you ar...

May 31, 2019

6th June 2018 was the first International 66 Second Challenge Day with people from around the world joining in. Lets make 6/6/2019 even bigger.

Grab some friends on June 6 for a fun minute and 6 seconds and do a mini clean of your favourite place.

Send us a picture or sh...

January 7, 2019

Do you know where your local stream, creek or river rises? Why not?

Is there any point in cleaning a river downstream if pollution is pouring in to it further upstream. 

Water ways need to be looked at as part of an entire catchment above and below ground as polluted gro...

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