Lady Mary Holborow, the former Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, has been named as the new chair of Clean Cornwall, a group aiming to cut litter in our communities. … Continue reading
Cornwall Waste Action (CWA) are holding a beach clean and survey at Godrevy and Gwithian Beach’s , near Hayle on Saturday 29th October as part of the national ‘Make a Difference Day’ (MADD) celebrations, throughout the UK. … Continue reading
We are extending our SeaScapes project until the end of the year, to enable more local people to take part in the project. … Continue reading
Cornwall Waste Action (CWA), a Redruth based not for profit environmental organisation are extending their SeaScapes project until the end of the year, to enable more local people to take part in the project.
Marazion beach will be receiving a thorough clean on Sunday 18th September as part of the Marine Conservation Society’s (MCS) annual Beachwatch Big Weekend litter survey and clean-up. … Continue reading
Beach litter has almost doubled over the last 15 years. Animals often get trapped or mistake the litter for food, causing death by drowning, suffocation or starvation. … Continue reading
Cornwall Waste Action, a Redruth based not for profit environmental organisation are providing local people within the Camborne and Redruth area, the opportunity to take part in a range of beach based environmental activities this summer.
A number of organisations are working in Cornwall on varied beach cleaning activities. CWA have been involved in such activities for a number of years and our annual ‘Big Beach Clean’ is a key event each year.
Marine Conservation Society condemns rise in bathroom rubbish found on UK beaches and urges the public to ‘bag it and bin it – don’t flush it’ … Continue reading
Five committed twenty somethings are making a 2,000 mile trek across the US, picking up litter and educating young people and communities about zero waste.