#SeeIt – Track branded plastic pollution on beaches, by rivers or in your local park
#SnapIt – Take an image of the plastic pollution, clearly showing the brand name
#ShareIt – Using Twitter or Instagram, share the image with the hashtags
#ReturnToOffender & #SurfersAgainstSewage, tagging the brand responsible & Surfers Against Sewage.
For full instructions on how to get involved and examples messages, head over to www.sas.org.uk.
Return To Offender is an award-winning campaign by SAS, originally set up to send items of branded packaging pollution found on Britain’s beaches back to the offending companies.
The #ReturnToOffender campaign urges manufacturers to tackle plastic pollution, and encourages them to publicly respond with their commitments to reduce plastic packaging, support refill schemes, take responsibility for the full life-cycle of their packaging and support the accelerated introduction of a deposit return scheme.
The digital clean up social submissions will be used as data within a larger Surfers Against Sewage campaign, launching June 2020, and will reveal the worst offending plastic brand manufacturers found in Britain’s public spaces and beaches.