South Australian yoghurt manufacturer MOO Premium Foods  has agreed to stop using the term “100% ocean plastics” after an investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission found the company’s use of the term was misleading.
The 19th annual WA Beach Clean-Up has successfully removed over 3.5 tonnes of marine debris and litter from the Western Australia coastline.
Throughout mid-October, various sites registered by school groups, NRM regions, businesses, and individuals were targeted for the annual clean-up. Volunteers, motivated by a commitment to safeguard local beaches and waterways, collected debris and recorded their findings into the Australian Marine Debris Initiative (AMDI) Database for analysis in the 2023 WA Report
We are pleased to report the completion of the initial round of marine debris monitoring on Christmas Island, providing insights into the environmental challenges facing this distinct ecosystem. Our team conducted surveys at five key locations: Flying Fish Cove, Dolly Beach, Waterfall Bay, Merrial Beach, and Greta Beach.
We are delighted to announce our recent success at the 41st Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria Tidy Towns & Cities Sustainability Awards. We were honoured to win the Litter Category award with our Let’s Strain the Drains project!
This October, our 5th Great Barrier Reef Clean-Up took place, with the Tangaroa Blue team, stakeholder and partner groups, and local community members banding together to clean-up the Great Barrier Reef coastline. There were a variety of clean-ups run, from multi-day clean-up events up in the Torres Strait to community-led events at local waterways, all focusing on removing marine debris and collecting important data to add to the Australian Marine Debris Initiative (AMDI) Database.