Both the festival body and the party goers have a responsibility to keep the beautiful area clean and leave it how we found it.
This year we will be having 3 different bins around the festival grounds.
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Cigarette butt initiative
Upon entry all smokers will receive their mobile ashtrays which is made of old film cases with string tied around it acting as a neckless.
These will be scattered across the grounds for you to throw away your butt’s with a bit of a twist.
Smokey Treats bio-degradable cigarettes
Smokey Treats was founded in late 2015 with the vision to provide smokers with a less-damaging alternative to what is currently available on the global market.
Please note these butt’s still need to be thrown away for them to degrade properly.
Rubbish Bag deposit
Upon entering the festival, it will be compulsory to pay a R50 rubbish deposit. When paying the deposit, you will be handed an empty rubbish bag. You will get your R50 deposit back when exiting the festival grounds, with your rubbish bag full – containing the waste from your campsite. [This will be strictly implemented – we would love you to use your best efforts to leave the nature how it was when you arrived]
– all unclaimed deposits are donated to the Walker Bay Fynbos conservancy.
Our cups this year will be completely bio-degradable as they will be made out of corn. Please note you will be asked to pay R10 for the use of a new cup, we encourage you to re-use your old cups or to bring empty drink containers to the bar.
If you decide to throw your cup away, please be sure to locate a compost bin to throw it into.
All our food shops will be serving their products in completely bio-degradable packaging and with wooden cutlery. Even though it is not plastic we urge you to bring your own plates and cutlery to the food court.