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Rainbow Brands To Attend Surfers Against Sewage Autumn Clean up in Brighton

Rainbow Brands are excited to announce that they will be attending an Autumn clean up organised by Surfers Against Sewage in Brighton later this month.

We focus on healthy living and the great outdoors. Rainbow Brands aims to select authentic brands in this space to help its customers combat everyday stress.

Rainbow Brands are delighted to recently be appointed the Cora Ball UK approved retailer and distributor of this easy-to-use world first laundry ball that catches microfibers.

Collective Impact


Your use of a Cora Ball protects both air and water. The Cora ball’s design collects microfibers until you remove them and put them in the bin. That means they will not re-attach to clothing and fly off into the air – only to become run-off and end up in our public waterways.

Our Water-to-Go filter bottles are also a great alternative to single use plastic water bottles!

Surfers Against Sewage

Surfers Against Sewage is a national marine conservation and campaigning charity that inspires, unites and empowers communities to take action to protect oceans, beaches, waves and wildlife.

Successes and Challenges

  • 98.5% of England’s bathing waters passed the Bathing Water Directive’s minimum standards in 2016, compared to what would have been only 27% in 1990 when Surfers Against Sewage started campaigning.

  • Surfers Against Sewage supporters helped campaign for the plastic bag charge which has already taken out over 6 billion plastic bags from the environment!

  • Throwaway plastic pollution is Surfers Against Sewage’s new sewage. 12 million tonnes of marine litter and plastic enter the oceans every year.

  • The Surfers Against Sewage volunteer community is the biggest in the UK.

  • Over 225,000 people have joined them in calling for a deposit return system to stop plastic bottle pollution.

  • Surfers Against Sewage believes that waves and surf spots deserve to be seen as part of UK heritage and should be afforded greater recognition and protection through political debate and legislation.

Collective Impact

If you have been on a clean up or are interested to learn more we would urge you to contact Surfers Against Sewage for more information. The more of us that take part the bigger the IMPACT!

Stay Safe Keep Buzzing!

Selchouk Sami


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