BINFORGREENSEAS 

BECAUSE THE SEAS HAVE NO BOUNDARIES

AWARENESS THROUGH

 EDUCATION

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BINFORGREENSEAS


Alison Butterworth, BBC Lancashire, interviews at our newest bin

ICI COMMENCE LA MER!


Working with the support of Mairie de Cannes, France


"We consistently get high quality recyclables. This bin is both robust and easy to empty"

Daniel Cox, Cleansing Operations Manager


Feedback from Arun Council:

We are proud to partner Green Sea Trust in their mission to clean the oceans of plastic waste.

The bin is eye catching with a strong environmental message and is a good talking point along the seafront for residents and holiday makers.

The bin has proven to be well designed from an operational point of view being both robust and easy to empty.

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Covid-19 has impacted on our vision to see an increase in the number of BinForGreenSeas across the UK as councils struggle with lockdown and resources. However, our volunteers are working hard to ensure this happens despite the challenging conditions.

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