EU have plans to save our oceans

ocean waste

The European Union have big plans in order to save our oceans including reducing plastic pollution, extending protected areas and watching vulnerable areas for illegal fishing. These measures are estimated to be worth almost half a billion pounds. The 36 initiatives aim to make the seas “healthier, cleaner, safer and more secure”.

Many businesses have also committed to helping the cause. Sky have said they will eliminate single-use plastic from its products by 2020 and will encourage companies starting out to find solutions to the plastic scourge. However eliminating single-use plastic is difficult, supply chains rely on the convenience of disposable packaging so therefore a plastic free world needs to be completely reinvented.

Silo restaurant in Brighton is trying to cut down on their packaging by cream and milk come in reusable boxes, toilet rolls being delivered unwrapped and dry goods bought in bulk.

It has become the common norm to use all this plastic in our every day lives however the more companies that get on board then the more likely things will change and this will help to protect the world which we live in.

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