Successful GOBY environmental initiative demonstrates increased plastic recycling awareness…. but where does the plastic go?

In mid-January uMhlanga Rocks’ whalebone pier became the latest site for GOBY, the 5m long steel fish that aims to reduce marine plastic pollution by encouraging people to dispose their plastic bottles into the structure. With 70kgs of plastic collected…
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Grab a basket to fill up Goby

From Saturday the 6th of February, the ‘Goby Beach Basket campaign’ begins. People in the area are encouraged to grab a basket from Goby at the Whalebone Pier, head to the beach, fill it with plastic and return to feed…
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Construction of new uMhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve boardwalk has begun

Led by the uMhlanga UIP, construction on the first stretch of the new raised uMhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve boardwalk has begun. This community-focused and funded project aims to enhance the area’s environmental integrity and provide a lovely ‘walk-in-the-trees’ experience for…
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UUIP’s new raised platform a temporary solution as we await sewer repair

A sewer leak on the uMhlanga promenade was reported to eTM this morning. The UUIP has created a temporary solution for this type of fault – a raised platform that allows passers-by to cross without coming into contact with the…
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