The Big Blue Ocean Cleanup international non-profit foundation is creating important new Marine Nature Reserves across the British Isles. Storopack begin its collaboration with the Big Blue Ocean Clean-up in 2018. Initially carrying out beach cleans to remove microplastics and raise awareness, then sponsoring the international clean-up programme, this now extends to supporting the rewilding Marine Nature Reserve initiative.

Storopack customers join forces with the Big Blue Ocean Cleanup

Storopack has now joined forces with a number of its UK customers to collectively purchase a larger area of the new reserve. Customers will also become official sponsor partners of this important environmental initiative. Starting in Scotland the first rewilding marine nature reserve aims to reverse species extinction and tackle climate change, helping keeping oceans clean and healthy for future generations.

Packaging companies from across the UK including, Acopia Industrial Packaging in Bognor Regis, Actionpoint Packaging in Gillingham, Carlton Packaging in Milton Keynes, Ferrari Packaging in Scotland, UK Packaging Supplies in London, and Woodway UK in Northampton chose to collaborate with Storopack and the Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, demonstrating their commitment to this important project. Every 3m x 3m square is provided with a unique what3words address for companies to identify their plot.

Storopack Managing Director Richard Pulfrey comments “We are delighted to announce, thanks to our valued customers who have joined us in supporting this important new initiative so far, the total purchased value is £1750. The combined effort means the Big Blue Ocean Cleanup is nearer to achieving its 500,000 square metres target and creating the new reserve in its fight to prevent marine pollution, protect endangered species and tackle climate change.”

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