A joint collaboration between SeadogSport and PlasticsSA has led to the creation and provision of a new retrieval project aimed at plastics sticks and straws found on the beaches of South Africa, especially in urban areas.   These plastic sticks originate from lollypops and ear bud sticks.  These will be installed at selected Blue Flag Beaches as well as other coastal areas to compliment the already established Fishing Line bins throughout South Africa. 
 
The white pipe bins are readily visible and the black and brightly coloured labels highlight their usage. SeadogSport and PlasticsSA are both committed to acting in an environmentally friendly way and this collaboration represents another step towards helping the conservation and safety of our marine and coastal life, which goes hand in hand with cleaner beaches.  If the materials can be collected in a large number, they can be recycled and not end up at landfill and in the environment as at present.

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Plastic Straw Bins

Eastern Cape:
1.     Hamburg Beach, Hamburg
2.     Kellys Beach, Port Alfred
3.     Kariega Beach Kenton on Sea
4.     Middle beach, Kenton on Sea
5.     Kings Beach, PE
6.     Humewood Beach, PE
7.     Hobie Beach, PE
8.     Bluewater Bay Beach, PE
9.     Wells Estate, PE
10.   Dolphin Beach, Jeffreys Bay

Western Cape:
11.     Singing Kettle Beach, Plettenberg bay
12.     Natures Valley Beach, Natures Valley (Plettenberg bay)
13.     Lookout Beach, Plettenberg Bay
14.     Robberg 5 Beach, Plettenberg Bay
15.     Keurboomstrand beach, Plettenberg Bay
16.     The Dunes, Plettenberg Bay
17.     Buffalo Bay Beach, Knysna
18.     Brenton on Sea 
19.     Wilderness Beach, Wilderness

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Kwazulu Natal:
20.   Blamey Beach, Durban
21.   Trafalgar Beach, Southbroom
22.   Marina Beach, Southbroom
23.   Ramsgate Beach, Margate
24.   Lucien Beach, Margate
25.   Southport Beach, Margate
26.   Hibberdene Beach, Hibberdene
27.   Ushaka Beach, Durban
28.   Westbrook Beach, Westbrook
29.   Treasure Beach, Bluff
30.   Willard Beach, Ballito
31.   Dokodweni Beach, Macambini
32. Salt Rock Beach, Salt Rock

Press Releases 

My PR
"Reducing the amount of plastics sticks and straws"
(MyPR.co.za) November 22, 2018 By Alan Straton
Article
Plastixportal
"New Retrieval Project aimed at reducing the amount of Plastics Sticks and Straws found on South African Beaches"
(plastixportal.co.za) November 21, 2018 By Author
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Packing & print Media
"To address the problem of plastic sticks typically used for earbuds, suckers/lollypops...."
November 24, 2018 By Admin
Article
Engineering News
"New lolly bins that are being installed at 400 beaches around South Africa"

(engineeringnews.co.za) November 23, 2018 By Creamer Media Reporter
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Cape Business News
"Lolly Stick Bins Made From PVC Pipes Help Reduce Major Pollutant On SA Beaches"
(cbn.co.za) November 25, 2018 By CBN Reporter
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