Record Your Nurdle Catch
Been nurdle hunting lately? Submit your finds.
What happens with the data?
This data will help contribute to the global picture of nurdle pollution as part of ‘The Great Global Nurdle Hunt’.
Data should be submitted to Fidra’s ‘The Great Nurdle Hunt’ online map – an international citizen science survey aimed at providing a global evidence base of plastic pellet, or ‘nurdle’, pollution; mapping out the presence of pellet pollution using volunteer submissions of nurdle finds. To find out more visit www.nurdlehunt.org.uk
What To Do With Your Nurdles?
NURDLES must NOT be put in the recycling bins as they are contaminated and cannot be recycled
DRUMS WILL BE PLACED AT THE FOLLOWING LIFESAVING POINTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR YOU TO DROP YOUR NURDLES THAT YOU FOUND SO WE CAN TURN THEM INTO CEMENT AND BRICKS – CREATING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY.
Marine Terrace – Scottburgh Main Beach
084 545 4089
17 Meeu Street
Cape St Francis
14 Lilypond Lane
Battery Beach Rd
Wild Coast Casino,
Water Wave Park,