An aerial photo of a surf beach

Tidal Revival App

To clean each tide line on every dropping tide around the world each day.
An aerial photo of a surf beach

Tidal Revival App

“Every day approximately 8 million pieces of plastic find their way into our oceans. – The majority of that waste then finds its way onto beaches around the world, whilst the remaining plastic is taken out into the deep ocean.” – Surfers Against Sewage, 2018

1. What is Tidal Revival?

2. The people and idea behind Tidal Revival

3. The local connection, all around the world

4. Download the app today

“Every day approximately 8 million pieces of plastic find their way into our oceans. – The majority of that waste then finds its way onto beaches around the world, whilst the remaining plastic is taken out into the deep ocean.” – Surfers Against Sewage, 2018

1. What is Tidal Revival?

2. The people behind Tidal Revival

3. The local connection, all around the world

4. Download the app today

What is Tidal Revival?

Tidal Revival is the world’s first mobile app that rewards people for picking up plastic litter from beaches and water courses, by way of discounted products and service offerings.

The network of Tidal Revival users around the world collect plastic waste from the natural environment and record it in their app. The app logs the amount of plastic recovered by the user together with the location of the recovery and a picture of the plastic retrieved. The user is then taken through a short sequence of steps and rewarded with points that are then exchangeable for discount vouchers from local businesses.

Not only will Tidal Revival exchange plastic for vouchers, but they will also act as a platform that will notify users with live updates about plastic waste being spotted on beaches around the world – pin pointing the location of the plastic waste and allowing proactive users to quickly react and remove the plastic from the beach before the next tide potentially washes the plastic back into the sea.

Plastic bottle washed up on beach

What is Tidal Revival?

Tidal Revival is the world’s first mobile app that rewards people for picking up plastic litter from beaches and water courses, by way of discounted products and service offerings.

The network of Tidal Revival users around the world collect plastic waste from the natural environment and record it in their app. The app logs the amount of plastic recovered by the user together with the location of the recovery and a picture of the plastic retrieved. The user is then taken through a short sequence of steps and rewarded with points that are then exchangeable for discount vouchers from local businesses.

Tidal Revival App

Not only will Tidal Revival exchange plastic for vouchers, but they will also act as a platform that will notify users with live updates about plastic waste being spotted on beaches around the world – pin pointing the location of the plastic waste and allowing proactive users to quickly react and remove the plastic from the beach before the next tide potentially washes the plastic back into the sea.

The people and idea behind Tidal Revival

Andy Nions and Rob Martindale, two friends and keen surfers from Newquay, England, created Tidal Revival as a way to encourage more people to pick up plastic at the beach while creating an environmentally conscious currency. – They hope that one day the reward scheme will become as widely used as a credit card or cash in our coastal communities.

A group of surfers in the line up at sunset
Surfers in the line up at sunset

The people behind Tidal Revival

Andy Nions and Rob Martindale, two friends and keen surfers from Newquay, England, created Tidal Revival as a way to encourage more people to pick up plastic at the beach while creating an environmentally conscious currency. – They hope that one day the reward scheme will become as widely used as a credit card or cash in our coastal communities.

The secondary school teacher and product designer, respectively, came up with the idea after watching Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II last year. And, having witnessed and taken part in the great work carried out by local bimonthly beach cleans, they were looking for a way to fill the gaps between those organised beach cleans and the plastics that come in with each tide on a daily basis.

The tidal revival app

The world’s first mobile app that rewards people for picking up plastic litter

The local connection, all around the world

Tidal Revival aims to grow through partnerships all around the world, with motivated people connecting with their local businesses and communities to establish Tidal Revival as a useful tool in tackling plastic pollution in every corner of the world. Only a few months since its launch, and Tidal Revival is already being used in different countries.

Download the App

iPhone App Store

Google Play

A man exchanging tidal revival points for a coffee

The secondary school teacher and product designer, respectively, came up with the idea after watching Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II last year. And, having witnessed and taken part in the great work carried out by local bimonthly beach cleans, they were looking for a way to fill the gaps between those organised beach cleans and the plastics that come in with each tide on a daily basis.

A beach at low tide with dark clouds overhead

To clean each tide line on every dropping tide around the world each day.

The local connection, all around the world

Tidal Revival aims to grow through partnerships all around the world, with motivated people connecting with their local businesses and communities to establish Tidal Revival as a useful tool in tackling plastic pollution in every corner of the world. Only a few months since its launch, and Tidal Revival is already being used in different countries.

A man exchanging tidal revival points for a coffee

Download the App

iPhone App Store

Google Play

 

A beach at low tide with dark clouds overhead

TO CLEAN EACH TIDE LINE ON EVERY DROPPING TIDE AROUND THE WORLD EACH DAY.

Sources & further reading

✅ for peer reviewed research

  1. 1. Tidal Revival – tidalrevival.com
  2. 2. Google Play App – play.google.com
  3. 3. iPhone App Store – itunes.apple.com
  4. 4. “Blue Planet II” – bbcearth.com

Sources & further reading

✅ for peer reviewed research

  1. 1. Tidal Revival – tidalrevival.com
  2. 2. Google Play App – play.google.com
  3. 3. iPhone App Store – itunes.apple.com
  4. 4. “Blue Planet II” – bbcearth.com