Surfrider Promotion

Cartridges 4 Planet Ark has teamed up with Surfrider Foundation Australia, helping support their efforts to protect our oceans, waves and beaches while keeping printer cartridges out of landfill. For every cartridge recycled in May 2019, we will be making a contribution Surfrider Foundation.

As part of the partnership, we’re excited to announce an epic competition giving you a chance to WIN a handmade surfboard from D’arcy Surfboards. D’arcy makes boards for Layne Beachley, our Cartridges 4 Planet Ark ambassador and eight times world surfing champion.

What is extra special about this board is its unique design, created by Lousy Ink using 100% recycled cartridge ink, by Sydney artist Freda Chiu. With world champion Layne Beachley also providing an autograph, this is a truly one of a kind board.

How to enter

To make it super easy to get a chance to win this special surfboard prize, here's how to enter:

Tell us in the comments of our post on either Instagram, Facebook or Twitter how many cartridges you think we will collect for recycling during the month of May 2019 tagging Planet Ark and the Surfrider Foundation Australia. Here's a top last year we recycled 3.5 million cartridges in a 12 month period.  The closest guess to the actual number recycled will win the board.

Competition Details

The competition opens on 8.00am Monday, May 6th and ends 5pm Friday, May 31st AEST.

Entrants can enter as many times as they wish as per the above instructions across our social media platform. If an entrant doesn’t have social media they may email us their guess to writing Competition guess in the subject line. Don’t forget to tell us who you are and how to contact you.

The surfboard prize specs are 1 x Lane Beachley model for the 2013 ISA world championship. 5’7-19 1/8- 2 1/8 hip rounded square.

Please visit our terms and conditions (link) page for all other details

The Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program is all about taking small actions that have a big impact, by providing thousands of workplace recycling boxes and over 3,500 public drop-off locations around the country, we’ve made recycling your printer cartridges easy. Australia has already made a big impact, diverting over 41 million cartridges from landfill and turning them into road surfaces, garden beds, pens and recycled ink.