Clean Seas Please and Our Furry Friends 

The Clean Seas Please team visited Hastings Beach recently to give out some personalised Clean Seas Please poo bags to the owners of our furry friends. Did you know that government statistics show the UK dog population is between 6.5 and 7.4 million and that they astonishingly produce 1,000 tonnes of faeces every day! Like […]

Clean Seas Please for future generations

Whilst we are working together to help our bathing water quality in Hastings by thinking about how we disposed of Fats, Oils and Grease, only putting the three P’s (pee, poo and paper) in the toilet, how our waste water pipes are connected and how we disposed of rubbish, there are worldwide initiatives as well. […]

Problematic Plastic

It’s a simple fact that when it comes to plastic in our seas – it’s not so fantastic! On most beach cleans that the Clean Seas Please team have attended, types of plastic such as lollipop sticks and drink bottles are among the most common items found, either washed up on the beach or left […]

Beat the Microbead!

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 […]

Top Eight Winter Tips by CSP

Crisp autumn walks along the beach have once again returned as locals and tourists embrace the sea breeze. Why not consider these eight top tips to help keep our bathing water clean?   Baby Wipes: Can cause problems in the sewers if flushed – why not put them in the bin instead? Keeping them out […]

Will new EU regulations make 25 English beaches ‘unfit for swimming’ overnight?

  “They are beaches where holidaymakers have swum happily for years, and many families may be heading for a refreshing dip in these last few weeks of summer. But when tourists return to 25 of England’s beaches next year, they are likely to be confronted with signs advising them to stay out of the water […]