‘Surfers Against Sewage’ (SAS) was founded in 1990 by water sports enthusiasts in the UK. They are an environmental ___ORGANIZATION___ that tries to protect the UK’s oceans and beaches. They say that it may be really ___RISKY___ to swim in the seas, and even sunbathe on the beaches because of the pollution. When SAS appeared, it informed people about the problem in quite an ___UNUSUAL___ way. They went to public events with their surfboards and handed out leaflets. They ___QUICKLY___ attracted the attention of the media and people of Britain. They even managed to put pressure on the ___GOVERNMENT___ to forbid dumping waste in the sea, rivers and lakes. The campaign was indeed ___SUCCESSFUL___. Officials agreed to spend 8.5 billion pounds on cleaning up Britain’s seas and rivers.