Social enterprise ‘Nurdle’, which removes ocean plastic from the environment using specialist equipment, is looking for volunteers to help tackle pollution at Chessel Bay – from right now until April.
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Even as we write, the Nurdle team and volunteers are braving the often terrible weather through until Sunday, using special kit to remove microplastics – and generally litter-picking at the Local Nature Reserve on the eastern bank of the Itchen.
So if you ever wanted to try out one of the Nurdle crew’s special mico-vacs, this is the perfect opportunity.
There’s more about what they get up to in our previous piece from 2021.
And the team will be back in February (15-19), March (15-19) and April (12-16).
This weekend it’s a case of “the more the merrier”, said Josh Beech from Nurdle.