About the Blue Fish Campaign
The Blue Fish Campaign raises awareness of potentially polluting substances and their impact on our Island's water environment.
Blue fish logo
Surface water road drains are designed to remove rain water from roofs, footpaths and roads. They must not be used to dispose of litter or waste chemicals like paints, detergents or oils. We identify these drains by putting a blue fish icon next to them.
Fish stencils are available free from the Department of the Environment.
Download Blue Fish Campaign leaflet (size 2.5mb)
Download Blue Fish Campaign poster (size 512kb)
Create a pollution prevention action plan which will enable you to consider and reduce the pollution risks on your site. It will also help you to think about how to reduce, reuse, recycle and dispose of waste appropriately on your site. The Blue Fish Campaign also forms part of the Eco-Active business certification.
Download Eco-Active business guidance on waste (size 228kb)
Download Eco-Active business pollution prevention guidance (size 251kb)Download an editable version of the pollution prevention plan (size 83kb)Eco-active Business certification
The Blue Fish Campaign is part of the Eco-Active's Sustainable Schools Framework and enables schools to use the campaign as part of their Eco-Schools action plan.
The campaign represents a fun and educational project which will provide students with useful information about the Island's water environment and how they can help protect it for the future.
Download Blue Fish Campaign guidance manual for schools (size 2mb)
Download Blue Fish Campaign pollution prevention certificate (size 174kb)
Tell us what you have done
Tell us what improvements / additions you have made and we will publish your efforts.
Download Blue Fish Campaign business feedback form (size 36kb)
Download Blue Fish Campaign schools feedback form (size 36kb)