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The Angus Council is the ‘Data Controller’ of the personal data you provide to us. We only collect personal data about you for the purpose of the Turning the #PlasticTide Angus - Help us clean up our coast consultation. This may include name, gender, address, email, unique online identifiers such as IP addresses, which are numbers that can uniquely identify a specific computer or other network device on the internet etc. No personal data, only comments, will be passed to third parties if they are used in the development of beach clean straegies and projects in Angus.
Turning the Plastic Tide is a two-year initiative run by the East Grampian Coastal Partnership which aims to encourage greater participation in community beach cleans in the North East of Scotland.
Over the course of the project, a series of community engagements will take place including visits to schools, community councils and other groups who have an interest in keeping their local area free from litter. The talks will outline the impacts litter has on the North East of Scotland and how Turning the Plastic Tide is working to address those areas affected by the blight of marine plastic.
A key aim of these engagements is to raise awareness of the opportunities available to tackle beach litter at a local level by highlighting and seeking support for upcoming beach cleans in your area. Through using the interactive map below, you can find out about the next clean-up near you and details of how to get involved.
Additionally, the project benefits from local knowledge to allow targeted effort to those areas which are worst-affected. The interactive map is also a place for you to let us know whether you actively clean a particular beach or would like to report an area with a significant build-up of litter.
Please help us turn the plastic tide in North East and keep our coastlines beautiful by using the map to get involved and keep us informed.
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