The Plett Oceans Day Challenge is making waves across the country. The challenge is the only officially registered World Oceans Day event in South Africa and is being championed by Renew Able Plett (Eco Atlas), Nature’s Valley Trust, Plett Tourism, Keep Plett Clean and the Fat Fish restaurant.
The aim of the challenge will culminate in more than 50 Plett restaurants committing to eliminate plastic straws, individually wrapped dinner sweets and polystyrene takeaway containers, in a bold move to reduce the use of single-use in Plettenberg Bay.
Eco Atlas and Renew Able Plett founder, Rhian Berning, chats to John Maytham on Cape Talk Radio on Plett vs Plastic.
Congratulations to the following restaurants and businesses for committing to the challenge:
Equinox • Grand Africa Rooms & Rendezvous • Yellow Wood Spur Steak Ranch • Christiana Lodge • Hunter’s Country House • Emily Moon River Lodge • Plett Skiboat Club • Le Fournil de Plett • Aquavit Guest House • The Table Restaurant • Jandaya Cafe’ • Off the hook • Wild Waters Fun Park • Surf Cafe Plett • Tsala Treetop Lodge • Delia’s Plett • The Verandah Restaurant & Bar • Greg’s Cookin • Robberg Fine Foods • Nguni Restaurant • The Fat Fish • Full Circle • The Barnyard • Accommodation Bureau • Pine Trees Community Outreach Project • Newstead Lund Family Vineyards • Bay Decor • The Plett Shed • Mobys • Cafe Bea Eli • Roost Plett • The Pie Shop • Lairds Lodge Country Estate • AquaV