Wahine Surfwear® joins National Geographic Beach Cleanup

On Saturday June 24th Charlotte and Tatjana -founders of Wahine Surfwear®- joined a group of 600 volunteers in an effort to clean up part of the Dutch coastline between Scheveningen and Zandvoort.

The Beach Cleanup was part of the campaign #STOPMETPLASTIC. With this campaign National Geographic hopes to create more awareness the plastic waste problem we face. The Dutch coastline has an average of 120 kilos of trash per kilometer, making it clear that even here in the Netherlands we have a serious problem with plastic waste.

During this 2018 Beach Cleanup a team of 600 volunteers picked up over 3000 kilos(!) of plastic waste from the beaches between coastal cities Scheveningen and Zandvoort. We have collected different types of plastic waste, ranging from fishing nets, straws, balloons and plastic bottles to pieces of microplastic. We are so proud of this amazing achievement!

Did you know that Wahine Surfwear® also organizes Beach Cleanups? Like to join us? Please keep an eye on our website to learn more about our ocean-friendly community projects!

#stopmetplastic #natgeonl #wahinesurfwear #oceanwarriorprincess

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Wahine Surfwear® – June 5th, World Environment Day –

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Today is UN World Environment Day! Did you know that Wahine Surfwear organizes worldwide beach clean-ups and educates about ocean pollution? On World Environment Day, the message is simple: reject single-use plastic. Refuse what you can’t re-use. Together, we can chart a path to a cleaner, greener, more ocean-friendly world.

Help to kickstart our ocean-friendly brand in our efforts to clean up the planet and make a meaningful difference. Let’s spread the word and inspire those around you to reduce, reuse and upcycle!

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