SEACLEAN aims to retrieve and recycle plastics – both afloat and submerged – by grinding them down into usable commodities for use in industry worldwide.
94.37% of the sea grass in Halley, Orkney was shown to have micro plastics attached to the plants
Fulmars ingest marine litter, being largely surface-feeders, which accumulates in their stomachs.
Mike Day filmed 5 years worth of footage and did not decide on the story line until he got into the editing room.
Professor Kate Sang is a Professor of Gender and Employment Studies and a Disability Co-ordinator at Heriot Watt University.
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“It’s great to hear of the high quality research on the issue of marine plastics being done right here in Stromness.”
Tinsel was first used in Nuremberg, Germany at the start of the 17th century.
“It is people like Marc that make this world a better place for all the species who share it.”
Mark Cook makes all sorts of useful objects from what most folk consider to be marine litter.