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  1. Dec
    11
    Sun

    1. WREX the Halls Foam Drive with 91X
      3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

      Waste to Waves will be collecting EPS foam at the music concert, WREX the Halls in San Diego Dec 10-11.

      Look for the collection bins on the west side of the building as you walk into parking lot.

      This collection is supported by radio station 91X and Waste Management.

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      3:00 pm
      WREX the Halls Foam Drive with 91X
  2. Jan
    10
    Tue

    1. Santa Cruz Surfrider “Lose the Foam”
      7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      WASTE TO WAVES HITS SANTA CRUZ

      NOW, DON’T MISS THIS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO RECYCLE WASTE EPS FOAM INTO SOMETHING REALLY USEFUL!

      SURFRIDER CHAPTER MEETING, JANUARY 10

      Please, join our Chapter meeting on January 10 at Simpkins Swim Center on 17th Avenue in Live Oak to learn about a very cool program: WASTE to WAVES! The meeting kicks off at 7:00 PM.

      Yes, we’re talking about something positive to do with all that EPS foam packaging that everyone gets in products they buy, especially during the Holiday season. Listen up now, OK?

      First thing to do: Collect All of Your Waste EPS Foam!

      You probably got it when you bought a new TV, computer, or some furniture. Most cities don’t let you recycle this, and our coast is no different. It just feels wrong to throw it into the trash can. A much higher use for this foam is to turn it directly into a new surfboard blank. That’s right: A NEW SURFBOARD BLANK!

      The program only accepts clean, white, Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam. This is exactly the same foam used inside EPS/epoxy surfboards, and it can be recycled many times into new EPS.

      Please learn exactly what types of foam can be donated, and what types cannot. In essence, it must be hard white foam used in packaging. If the foam has been used to hold food, or is soft or flexible, we can’t make surfboards out of it..

      TURN YOUR TRASH INTO SLASH!
      Our monthly chapter general meeting fill feature Sustainable Surf’s Waste to Waves program. The program collects EPS polystyrene and turns it into surf boards. VERY COOL!

      Chapter Chair Dustin Macdonald welcomes guest speaker Sustainable Surf Co-Founder and former SF Chapter volunteer, Kevin Whilden

      www.wastetowaves.org

      As many of you remember our Santa Cruz Chapter has long been involved with the polystyrene issue and, like you, we are deeply frustrated that no way to recycle this stuff exists in our county through normal channels.
      In fact, we are still working on strengthening polystyrene food container bans around the area. Visit our meeting and sign a group letter to the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors in support of upgrading the existing polystyrene ordinance. Surfrider makes is EASY for you to get active!

      While large scale recycling of polystyrene (“Styrofoam”) products is not available in Santa Cruz or nearby counties, this limited program is an excellent solution for the disposal problem in the mean time, and we urge all of you to give it a go!

      Remember: No food-stained items; No “peanuts”; only clean uncontaminated EPS blocks.

      Hear the drill at our everyone-invited meeting, and learn where local drop-off spots are.

      HELP GET THIS STUFF OFF OUR BEACHES, OCEANS, AND WAVES AND OUT OF THE LANDFILL, TOO!

      http://www.surfline.com/surf-news/press-release/lose-the-foam-opportunity-with-surfrider_64314/

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      7:00 pm
      Santa Cruz Surfrider “Lose the Foam”
  3. Jan
    14
    Sat

    1. Foam Drive at Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific
      9:30 am – 4:00 pm

      Come to the EPS foam collection event happening at the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, on January 14th, 2012. Do your part to keep polystyrene foam out of the environment and the oceans we love. Also, check out the exhibits at the world class Aquarium of the Pacific.

      Foam donors will get a 20% discount on any purchases at the Aquarium Gift Store.

      EPS foam is commonly known as “styrofoam” or “expanded polystyrene foam”, and is hard white foam that comes in packaging for fragile consumer goods such as televisions, furniture, and computers. Please see How the Program Works for the kinds of foam that can be donated.

      This event is being sponsored by Waste Management, who will haul away the collected EPS foam to be made into new surfboard blanks.

      This event is also being covered in local newspapers, such as the Long Beach Post.

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      9:30 am
      Foam Drive at Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific
  4. Jan
    21
    Sat

    1. Malibu EPS Foam Drive on Jan 21st
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Come to the EPS Foam Drive at the City of Malibu on January 21st.  Collection bins will be set up at Malibu City Hall.

      Did you know that in 2005, Malibu was one of the first cities to enact a ban on polystyrene food containers? You can read the city code here. This makes sense, given that Malibu is synonymous with surfing and oceans. Now the Waste to Waves program will complement this ban by providing a recycling pathway for other sources for polystyrene foam, such as from packaging from fragile comsumers (televisions, furniture, etc…).

      Be sure to watch the How The Program Works video before coming to the event, which explains the types of foam that we can accept.

       

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      10:00 am
      Malibu EPS Foam Drive on Jan 21st
  5. Mar
    9
    Fri

    1. 9th Annual – San Francisco Ocean Film Festival – Premiere of the new Waste to Waves film
      7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

      Winner of this Free Raffle Board shown here will be picked at the event!

      Sustainable Surf is proud to announce that the new Waste to Waves documentary film, “Turning Trash, to Slash…” has been selected to premiere this Fri in San Francisco, at the 9th Annual – San Francisco Ocean Film Festival, as part of the “Surf Night” program: http://www.oceanfilmfest.org/film-program-2012/friday-march-9-2012/

      There are a total of four really cool movies being featured for Surf Night (movies are screened at the Aquarium of the
      Bay at Fisherman’s Wharf, so it’s a killer venue) and *tickets for”Surf Night” are only $12 and can be purchased online here:  http://www.oceanfilmfest.org/tickets

      NOTE: We will also be pulling the lucky winning *number of the FREE Surfboard Raffle from the Waste to Waves program as part of the film presentation (and maybe throwing out some great REEF swag too), so sign up online while you still can here: http://wastetowaves.org/raffle/  and hope to see you there!

      * We will select the winning number in front of the LIVE movie audience (via our iPad random number generator App), and will announce the winner online after the event.

       

      Complete Movie Line Up:
      Eight Bit:    (USA), Greg Browning*, 5 mins
      A fun and edgy animated short, where surfers become characters in a
      video game and enter a world of visual and musical adventure. We’ve
      all seen surfing video games, but this is a game when the surfing is
      real. It’s outside of the box and something that surfing has never
      been part of. It takes surfing as the real thing and makes it into a
      video game.—PW

      Lost and Found:   (USA), Doug Walker*, 71 mins
      A chance find of images from the 70s and 80s launches an epic journey
      of discovery. The film spotlights the best pioneering surf
      photographers of Hawaii’s of Hawaii’s North Shore and features such
      surfing legends as Gerry Lopez and Larry Bertelmann who were their
      inspiration. The result is a visually stunning time capsule of
      arguably the most innovative and exciting era in surfing history. —PW

      Waste to Waves ~ Turning Trash, into Slash…    (USA), Sustainable Surf / Russell Brownley and Noah Carlson, 4 mins
      Cinematic documentary presented by REEF, featuring the story of recycling old styrofoam packaging
      waste into new “eco” surfboard blanks, helping to divert styrofoam
      waste (EPS foam) away from our landfills and off of our beaches and
      waves, while also slashing the CO2 footprint of the board. Featuring
      legendary SoCal surfboard shaper Timmy Patterson & Pro Surfer Mike
      Losness (Plus cameo appearance by Surfrider Foundation CEO Jim Moriarty )

      The Still Point:   (France), Taki Bibelas, 52 mins
      Join surfing pioneers and luminaries Rabbit Bartholomew, Tom Morey,
      Brian Keaulana and other legends as they discuss the philosophy and
      spirituality of surfing. A backdrop of stunning vintage and
      contemporary surf footage, and a hypnotic soundtrack enrich this
      thoughtful and provocative, homage to these surf giants, and give
      insights into the joy and healing of wave riding. —PW

       

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      7:00 pm
      9th Annual – San Francisco Ocean Film Festival – Premiere of the new Waste to Waves film
  6. Apr
    19
    Thu

    1. Reef Earthday Celebration and W2W Foam Collection Competition
      10:00 am – 4:00 pm

      In honor of the 42nd annual Earth Day, and to bring awareness about eco-friendly surfing practices, Reef has partnered with two non-profit organizations, Sustainable Surf and the Surfrider Foundation, for an Earth Day celebration at Buccaneer Beach in Oceanside, California on April 19th, 2012 (10am to 4:30pm).

      In addition to a Beach cleanup and surfboard demos, Reef is inviting the local community to bring any unwanted polystyrene foam (aka “Styrofoam) to the Buccaneer Beach Parking Lot that will be weighed, collected and eventually up-cycled into Marko Foam blank surfboards as part of the Waste to Waves Program, powered by Sustainable Surf. The foam collected is the white packaging foam from fragile consumer goods such as televisions or furniture. It is also the same material used in EPS surfboard blanks.

      It takes 5lbs of recycled polystyrene foam to create one surfboard blank. The person that weighs in with the most foam will get a free sustainable EPS surfboard utilizing the foam collected through Waste to Waves. They will also receive a Reef Redemption prize pack including Reef’s collection of sustainable products.

      Reef has invited all employees, their local retail partners like Surf Ride, Sun Diego, K-5 and Hansens, and the entire San Diego community to participate in the beach clean up and event.

      Agenda for the Day (10:00am – 4:30pm)
      10:00am – 4:00pm Waste to Waves Styrofoam Drop Off
      10:30am- 12:30pm Beach Cleanup
      12:30pm- 4:30pm Lunch, Surf, Sup and Sun

      The event is designed to be as sustainable as possible utilizing FROOTS (an organic food vendor) and partners like HDX Hydration Mix (an environmentally friendly sports beverage company) and Alex sustainable bottles. In the spirit of celebrating Earth Day, Global Surf Industries will also be on site to provide attendees with surfboards and standup paddleboards for participants to demo and enjoy.

      Aside from the beach clean up, surf demos and styrofoam collection, The Reef Earth Day celebration is also an opportunity to share information about Reef’s own sustainability program, Reef Redemption, which launched in 2007.

      “Reef Redemption is a company-wide sustainability initiative that directs all of our decision making,” says Reef Director of Marketing Pj Connell. “From packaging and products, to events like our Earth Day celebration and even declaring our own headquarters as a ‘plastic waterbottle-free zone,’ we are striving as a brand to make more sustainable choices through all aspects of our business.”

      For more information about the event please visit to www.Reef.com

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      10:00 am
      Reef Earthday Celebration and W2W Foam Collection Competition
  7. Apr
    21
    Sat

    1. Malibu EPS Foam Collection Event
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Come to the EPS Foam Drive at the City of Malibu on April 21st.  Collection bins will be set up at Malibu City Hall.

      Did you know that in 2005, Malibu was one of the first cities to enact a ban on polystyrene food containers? You can read the city code here. This makes sense, given that Malibu is synonymous with surfing and oceans. Now the Waste to Waves program will complement this ban by providing a recycling pathway for other sources for polystyrene foam, such as from packaging from fragile comsumers (televisions, furniture, etc…).

      Be sure to watch the How The Program Works video before coming to the event, which explains the types of foam that we can accept.

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      10:00 am
      Malibu EPS Foam Collection Event
  8. May
    24
    Thu

    1. An Evening of Surfing Films in San Francisco – featuring the Waste to Waves film!
      6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      An Evening of Surfing Films in San Francisco – featuring the Waste to Waves film!

      Come out to show support for Sustainable Surf’s Waste to Waves program efforts in SF, and to just have a dang good time! And don’t forget that while you cant drop off your waste EPS packaging foam (commonly called “styrofoam”) to us at the event, you can go here  to see our official drop off spots in the SF Bay area, including our newest partner, the Patagonia store on North Point, just up the hill from the Aquarium of the Bay!

      Event: An Evening of Surfing Films-hosted by Maverick’s big wave pioneer – Grant Washburn
      Date and Time: Thursday, May 24, 2012, 6 p.m.
      Location: Bay Theater at Aquarium of the Bay, Pier 39, The Embarcadero at Beach Street

      Cost: $20 per ticket

      Join us for a night of wipeouts, waves and wetsuits! On Thursday, May 24, Aquarium of the Bay will be hosting An Evening of Surfing Films. This event is part of the America’s Cup Healthy Ocean Project Film and Lecture Series which features a year-round calendar or topic-specific films and lectures. Each event is designed to engage the public, raise awareness and celebrate the beauty of our Bay, our ocean and our planet by focusing on key issues affecting each of these fragile ecosystems.

      Four talented filmmakers will share their visions on the big screen. Hosting this surfing event is Grant Washburn, whose name is synonymous with big-wave surfing as a Maverick’s test pilot, ocean enthusiast, documentarian and surfer extraordinaire. Before the films, guests may mingle and enjoy a wine reception. A question and answer session with filmmakers and local Maverick’s surfers will follow the screening.

      Films will include:

      • Waste to Waves–features Sustainable Surf’s new program for recycling waste materials into more eco-friendly surfing products.
      • Ice Board–tells the story of director Conn Bertish’s remarkable visual creation, the Ice Board. In this film, watch as Bertish sculpts a life-sized surfboard entirely from ice in an endeavor to highlight the plight of our oceans.
      • Day of Jay’s–a film tribute to Maverick’s surfer Jay Moriarity (1978-2001), and features behind-the-scenes action from last year’s Maverick’s season.
      • Minds in the Water–an awardwinning documentary, following professional surfer Dave Rastovich from Australia to the Galapagos, Tonga, California, Alaska and Japan as he strives to activate his community to help protect the ocean and its inhabitants.

       

       

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      6:00 pm
      An Evening of Surfing Films in San Francisco – featuring the Waste to Waves film!
  9. Jun
    20
    Wed

    1. International Surfing Day (ISD) – features W2W!
      3:00 am – 3:15 am

      Sustainable Surf’s own Kevin Whilden will be in the spotlight at 10:am sharp on Weds, June 20th on the ISD Web-a-Thon, to talk about the Waste to Waves program!

      Be Sure to tune in live here: http://isd.surfrider.org/web-a-thon/webcast-test/

      More in Here: http://isd.surfrider.org/web-a-thon/

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      ISD Web-a-Thon: AN EIGHT HOUR EXTRAVAGANZA OF SURFING AND SHENANIGANS
      with your hosts Chris Cote & Susan Holes McKagan

      COMING TO YOU LIVE
      WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20th
      Starting 9:00 a.m. PST (Noon EST)

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