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  1. Sep
    27
    Thu

    1. Plastics… A Panel Discussion about Kicking the Plastic Habit @ San Francisco Public Library
      11:00 am – 12:30 pm

      Please join Sustainable Surf’s Co-founder, Michael Stewart, and other local activists and artists this Thursday evening at the San Francisco Public Library, as we participate in an engaging panel discussion about the ways that plastic affects our world – on land and sea – and how we can break the plastic habit.

      The panel will be moderated by Daniella Dimitrova Russo, co-founder and Executive Director of Plastic Pollution Coalition , an alliance of businesses and individuals working together to end plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on people, animals and the environment.

      Panelists Include:

      Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang – Since 1999 Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang have maintained Marin’s Kehoe Beach, each weekend combing for plastic debris and removing over a ton of plastic trash over the last 10 years.  This plastic is not left on the beach but washed to shore from the ocean. Back in their studios they clean, sort and categorize the pieces according to color and kind. They use the plastic to make artworks including large sculptures, installations, photo tableaus and jewelry.

      Michael Stewart – Co-founder of Sustainable Surf , a nonprofit organization that has created a unique “styrofoam” recycling program called Waste to Waves (W2W). The W2W program was developed to capture this (non-point source) potential plastic pollution from individuals, before it can enter the marine environment, and is designed to then turn that waste EPS / styrofoam packaging material into new, recycled surfboard cores. Michael leads the program efforts of the W2W program here in the Bay area, whose current collection partners include local surfshops Aqua Surf (Ocean Beach) & Proof Lab (Mill Valley), Patagonia store (Fisherman’s Wharf), Sports Basement and the Tides Center (Presidio), as well as a new collaboration the CA Academy of Sciences (Golden Gate Park), to recycle their internally generated EPS / styrofoam.

      Susan Freinkel – Author, Plastic: A Toxic Love Story. Freinkel’s book treks through history, science and the global economy to assess the real impact of plastic in our lives,  a substance that has become the defining medium—and metaphor—of our age.

       

      For more details, please see the event website here: http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1009898601

      This is a Green Stacks event,  a program of the Stegner Environmental Center.

       

      When: Thurs, 9/27/2012, 6:00 – 7:30

      Where: Koret Auditorium, SF Public Library, Main Library Branch, 100 Larkin St. (Downtown San Francisco)

       

      San Francisco Public Library

      100 Larkin St.

      San Francisco, 94102

      (415) 557-4400

       

       

       

       

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      11:00 am
      Plastics… A Panel Discussion about Kicking the Plastic Habit @ San Francisco Public Library
  2. Nov
    8
    Thu

    1. The ECOBOARD Project Launch Party
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      ECOBOARD Project – LAUNCH PARTY!
      A fundraiser for Sustainable Surf / Hosted by Saatchi & Saatchi S / In San Francisco’s Mission District

      Come party with leaders of the surfing and green business worlds, see the next-gen of high-performance
      sustainable surfboards, and discover how surfers and surfing are forming more positive futures…

      • Get all the event info here: http://sustainablesurf.org/2012/10/ecoboard-project-official-launch-party/
      • Facebook Page for event: https://www.facebook.com/events/165126633625317/

      Tickets sold online via Brown Paper Tickets:
      VIP $100 / General $40 / Students / Feral Surfers $20

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      10:00 am
      The ECOBOARD Project Launch Party
  3. Nov
    16
    Fri

    1. Reef Hawaiian Pro Contest Foam Collection
      12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

      If you live in Hawaii, bring your waste styrofoam to the Reef Hawaiian Pro on the North Shore of Oahu this weekend, Nov 16-18.

      Waste to Waves will be operating a styrofoam collection station at the Reef Hawaiian Pro, to recycle waste polystyrene foam (a.k.a. “styrofoam”) into new surfboard blanks. You can literally “Turn your trash to slash” by bringing your waste foam to the contest site during hours of live competition.

      Several pro surfers at the contest are riding surfboards made from recycled EPS surfboard blanks, and they love how the recycled blanks surf.

      Surfers and visitors to the contest site should bring their waste polystyrene foam, also known as styrofoam or EPS.  Reef is operating a special Waste to Waves foam collection station, and is giving away free gifts to people who bring foam. Surfrider Hawaii is helping with logistics, and Pacific Allied Products is processing the collected foam to be recycled.

      Only clean, white polystyrene foam can be collected and recycled.  If the foam is food contaminated, discolored, or not white, it cannot be recycled into new surfboard blanks.  Packing peanuts also cannot be recycled, as these are not polystyrene foam.  A complete list of acceptable materials is located at: http://wastetowaves.org/faq

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      12:00 pm
      Reef Hawaiian Pro Contest Foam Collection
  4. Jan
    5
    Sat

    1. City of Irvine & Waste to Waves foam collection, Saturday January 5th
      9:00 am – 12:00 pm

      CITY OF IRVINE – WINTER CLEANING EVENT

      Bring clean, white, expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam from packaging material. Do not bring food waste foam or foam from peanuts.
      The foam will be recycled to make surfboards!

      DATE: Saturday January 5, 2013
      TIME: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

      LOCATIONS:

      * Lakeview Senior Center – 20 Lake Road, Irvine
      * Heritage Community Park – 14301 Yale Ave, Irvine
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      9:00 am
      City of Irvine & Waste to Waves foam collection, Saturday January 5th
  5. Apr
    13
    Sat

    1. Malibu Earth Day foam collection event
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      The City of Malibu is holding a Waste to Waves polystyrene foam collection event. If you have waste polystyrene foam, aka “styrofoam”, this is the best to get it recycled.

      During the week before Earth Day, you can bring your foam to City Hall between 10am-2pm. Look for the Waste to Waves collection bin.

      Only clean, white #6 polystyrene foam from packaging is acceptable. No food contaminated foam or construction foam can be recycled.

      Last year, Waste to Waves rounded up a significant amount of foam from local residents. Some people even drove a good distance because they were so stoked to have their waste foam turned into new surfboards.

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      10:00 am
      Malibu Earth Day foam collection event
  6. May
    5
    Sun

    1. Foam drive and Surfrider Beach Cleanup in Venice
      10:00 am – 12:00 pm

      We are partnering with the West LA Malibu chapter of Surfrider:

      JOIN US FOR A MONTHLY BEACH CLEANUP!! BRING YOUR FOAM FOR RECYCLING!!

      But this month, we are hosting on the first Sunday (not Saturday as usually planned) to coincide with Big Sunday, one of the largest volunteer days in Los Angeles!

      Sustainable Surf’s WASTE TO WAVES program is partnering up with Surfrider, where an EPS Foam recycling drop off will be offered. We at Sustainable Surf will be ready to collect all your old foam—you know the foam used for packaging and shipping. We actually turn it into surfboard blanks!!

      SO START COLLECTING YOUR FOAM AND FRIENDS AND JOIN US FOR A FUN DAY OF BEACH CLEANING AND FUN!

      Bring your garden gloves, reusable water bottle, friends, family, and FOAM to help clean our beach!

      If you are coming with a group of more than 10 persons, please email Surfrider at the address below to RSVP.

      Trained speakers will be present to teach you about the trash we collect on the beaches and how we can prevent it in the future. Learn how to Rise Above Plastics!!

      Questions please email events@surfriderwlam.org

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      10:00 am
      Foam drive and Surfrider Beach Cleanup in Venice
  7. Nov
    16
    Sat

    1. Foam Drive at Winter Wonderland in Malibu
      11:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Click the image to learn more about Winter Wonderland.

      We will be collecting styrofoam in Malibu at the Winter Wonderland event, organized by Monarch Estates.

      Bring clean, white, expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam from packaging material. Do not bring food contaminated foam or foam from peanuts.

      The foam will be recycled to make surfboards! Check out the FAQ if you have any questions on materials.

      If you make a charitable donation at the event, 100% of the proceeds support the non-profits present at the event.

      DATE: Saturday November 16, 2013
      TIME: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

      LOCATION:
      Civic Center Parking Lot
      23519 Civic Center Way
      Malibu, CA 90265

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      11:00 am
      Foam Drive at Winter Wonderland in Malibu
  8. Apr
    19
    Sat

    1. Malibu Earth Day Foam Drive
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      The City of Malibu is holding a Waste to Waves polystyrene foam collection event. If you have waste polystyrene foam, aka “styrofoam”, this is the best way to get it recycled.

      During the month before Earth Day, you can bring your foam to City Hall between 10am-2pm. Look for the Waste to Waves collection bin.

      Only clean, white #6 polystyrene foam from packaging is acceptable. No food contaminated foam or construction foam can be recycled.

      Last year, Waste to Waves rounded up a significant amount of foam from local residents. Some people even drove a good distance because they were so stoked to have their waste foam turned into new surfboards.

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      10:00 am
      Malibu Earth Day Foam Drive
  9. Apr
    26
    Sat

    1. Manhattan Beach Earth Day Foam Recycling Event – April 26th
      11:00 am – 4:00 pm

      Manhattan Beach residents encouraged to recycle waste packaging foam and help keep our oceans clean

      Manhattan Beach residents can help turn packaging foam into surfboards and other products and keep waste out of California oceans, beaches and landfills with the Waste to Waves Earth Day Foam Recycle Drive. Sustainable Surf and Waste Management will collect materials from 11:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. on April 26th at Manhattan Beach’s annual Earth Day Celebration and Concert in Polliwog Park, located at 1601 Manhattan Beach Boulevard.

      “A passion for surfing and for the ocean inspires all of Sustainable Surf’s projects and it’s exciting to help create something as useful and beautiful as a surfboard out of trash,” said Kevin Whilden, co-founder of Sustainable Surf. “The Waste to Waves program has successfully collected over 40,000 pounds of waste packaging foam in the past three years and we are very excited to be working with Waste Management to continue increasing that number.”

      All clean packaging foam received will be recycled, and make new products like surfboards. A complete list of acceptable materials is located at http://wastetowaves.org/faq/. Visit www.wastetowaves.org and www.sustainablesurf.org or email askgreen@wm.com for additional information.

      Free raffle tickets will be given to people that bring their waste styrofoam to be recycled. We will be raffling off a surfboard made from recycled styrofoam, shaped and glassed by Ryan Harris of E-Tech Boards. Also, we will raffle off prizes for Spyder Surf and Sector 9 skateboards.

      Sponsors:

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      11:00 am
      Manhattan Beach Earth Day Foam Recycling Event – April 26th
  10. Sep
    20
    Sun

    1. Waste to Waves “brunch” foam drive with Reef and Patagonia
      1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

      Get your Brunch on with us (food, drinks, music, giveaways and lots more…) and our pals at Reef and the Patagonia Cardiff store at High Noon this Sunday –– to help us celebrate the 4 year anniversary of our award winning ‪#‎WasteToWaves‬ program, which helps individuals to recycle their waste styrofoam packaging into new consumer products…like custom surfboards!

      Price of admission? Free! but be sure to bring in any used styrofoam packaging you may have laying around (or that you find on the beach tomorrow during the ‪#‎CoastalCleanupDay‬), and we’ll get it recycled with help from our friends at Marko Foam who will turn that “trash to slash”, by incorporating as much of it as they can into their recycled EPS surfboard cores.

      Brunch Menu:

      • Appetizer: Rough cut premiere of the latest Waste to Waves video featuring Reef athlete ambassadors (Taylor Knox & Kai Otton) on ECOBOARD surfboards made with recycled styrofoam cores. Hangout with Reef ambassadors like Rob Machado and Tia Blanco , and the W2W Photo Booth will also be there to capture your shenanigans and funny faces too with free photos for all!

      • 1st Course: Sustainably sourced seafood by Fish 101 and snacks by Patagonia Provisions.

      • 2nd Course: Tasty Beverages by local Saint Archer Brewery, Head High Wines and Suja Juice

      • 3rd Course: Live Music by Kurt Hunter

      • Dessert: Silent auction of custom built CI Surfboards ECOBOARDs ridden and signed by Taylor Knox and Kai Otton, and some great Reef gear too. All to benefit Sustainable Surf.

      We really hope you can make it, because this party is partly pure fun – and part call to action. We hope to inspire individual residents in the local SD North County community to bring their used styrofoam to the Patagonia Cardiff store that day, for an “all-you-can recycle” foam drive. This helps to keep this material from ending up as plastic trash in the ocean, and gets more ocean-friendly materials turned back into high performance, recycled EPS surfboard cores, that can then get made into ECOBOARDs.

      When: Sunday, September 20th Noon – 3 PM

      Where: Patagonia Cardiff store: 2185 San Elijo Ave, Cardiff, CA 92007

      * Sustainable Surf wants to give a very special shout out to all Waste to Waves program partners for their commitment to this unique styrofoam recycling program over the last four years including: Reef, Patagonia, Marko Foam, Action Sports Express, Surfrider Foundation SUJA Juice Surf Sweets Organic Gummy CandyHead High WinesWaste Management - and a very personal thanks to Nell Newman !

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      1:15 pm
      Waste to Waves “brunch” foam drive with Reef and Patagonia