REDARC supports Outback Cleanups Australia

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REDARC are proud to be supporting Outback Cleanups Australia on their mission to keep Australia’s bush, beach and marine environments free of rubbish.

Founded in 2019 to combat the rising level of rubbish pollution in natural environments across Australia, non-profit organisation Outback Cleanups Australia travel the country to keep Australia beautiful and accessible to all.

To date they have collected over 61,000kg of rubbish from some of Australia’s most iconic and beloved landscapes. With the help of volunteers, the Outback Cleanups Australia team not only collect but categorise the litter and dispose of it responsibly.

Powered by REDARC, the Outback Cleanups Australia team is able to spend more time off-grid and, as a result, remove more rubbish and keep tracks and national parks open.

Speaking on their partnership with REDARC, Boe from Outback Cleanups Australia said, “REDARC products allow us to go bush for longer. They deliver premium performance to all our vehicle accessories. We chose REDARC for reliability to ensure that we can get the job done and keep travelling safely with power.”

REDARC has supported Outback Cleanups Australia on their last two vehicle builds, equipping their current LandCruiser Troop Carrier with a Tow-Pro Elite electric brake controller, BCDC1240D in-vehicle dual battery charger, 1500W pure sine wave inverter and solar blanket. This setup gives them the power to travel to and clean up some of Australia’s most remote destinations

Supporting ethical and environmental causes is extremely important to REDARC and one of our key company values. Supporting Outback Cleanups Australia is just one of the many community causes REDARC are proud to help support, including Orange Sky, Hutt St Centre, Junction Australia, and Catherine House.

Learn more about Outback Cleanups Australia on their website at Support Outback Cleanups Australia and their mission by donating, purchasing a O.C.A. rubbish sack, or collaborating with them to support their travels.