Surfers Against Sewage

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Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is a campaign for clean, safe recreational water free from sewage effluents, toxic chemicals, nuclear waste and marine litter. SAS also campaigns to protect surf spots from environmental damage, negative impacts on wave quality and to safeguard wave riders right of access. The organization's inception was in 1990. They took direct action and attracted media attention with a stunt which saw several members sitting on toilets.

Campaigns[edit]

Today the organisation represents an ever-expanding supporter base and campaigns on a diverse range of issues. SAS campaigns for both the UK’s coastal environment and the health of all surfers and other recreational waters users. Recently, SAS has expanded its remit into the protection of the wave resource and surfing spots through the new Protect Our Waves (POW) campaign. Since 1990, SAS has secured a multitude of campaign successes on behalf of all water users.[clarification needed]

Protect Our Waves[edit]

SAS recently launched the Protect Our Waves campaign. Behind the scenes SAS has been consistently representing surfers and waveriders on rights of access, and ensuring the wave resource is recognised and valued.

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