Beat the Microbead!

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Did you know? Toothpaste, facial scrub, bubble bath, shaving foam and household cleaners are all examples of some of the products that contain microbeads, one of the highest contributors to plastic that is polluting our seas.   What are Microbeads and why is everyone talking about them? Microbeads are very small pieces of plastic, some… Read more »

“Wet Wipes Turn Nasty When You Flush Them!”

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The Marine Conservation Society UK has started a petition for clearer labeling on wet wipes to prevent them from being able to be advertised as ‘flushable’. “Wet wipes currently labelled as flushable don’t meet the water industry standard. Demand retailers include a clear ‘DON’T FLUSH’ message on their packaging and remind us only paper, pee… Read more »

Clean Seas Please Summer 2016

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Summer is here (finally!) and the clean seas please team are excited to tell you we will again be out and about at various events in Bexhill and Hastings during July, August and September. For those who don’t already know, we passed the new bathing water quality standards with the following results: St Leonards: Excellent… Read more »

It’s the Dogs turn!

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  Check out our latest Dog Sticker! This is to help us advertise the dog events we’re doing: As you may have seen from our Events Timetable, we are going to be at the Hastings Annual Dog Show ( Monday 31st August)! Clean Seas Please will be there, giving away all our usual goodies, along with… Read more »

15th July – The Latest From Us!

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In the last week: Saturday 11th July – St Leonards Festival! On the gloriously sunny Saturday we had a lovely stall up in the St Leonards Festival. We could hear the lovely sounds coming from the main stage as well as the delicious smells coming from the catering tents! But we managed to resist, wandering… Read more »