For #worldoceanday, we share with you a great project we are proud to have launched.
Marine Scotland is updating their Marine Litter Strategy, and it is now out for consultation. Using our data and knowledge of the situation, we illustrate in detail our future response and potential questions your MSP could ask the government in relation with ocean plastic pollution.
At Plastic@Bay we are constantly trying to find solutions to deal with ocean plastic pollution. Today, our biggest source of ocean plastic pollution on the
We are excited to announce that, Joan D’Arcy, director and co-founder of Plastic@Bay, was one of the winners of the Women In Innovation 2020. Innovate
Our new hexagonal tiles are made from recycled discarded fishing ropes (as usual), with our new injection mould machine. These polypropylene tiles with their unique
Plastic@Bay joined Kiko Matthews, world record holder for the fastest woman to Solo row unsupported across the Atlantic 3000m, on her epic cycle around the
Thanks to Sophie and Stuart for hosting us and all the volunteers that helped clean Duartbeg, Scourie. With your help we collected nearly a ton
In May we opened Plastic Lab, our recycling and up cycling workshop in Balnakeil Craft Village to the public. Julien has been busy making all
At last we got our Compression Oven, plus cubic mould, so this week Julien has been testing how to make tiles out of Fishing nets
Plastic@Bay went on a wee holiday to Orkney. While there we met up with Mark Cook aka A Frayed Knot. A Frayed Knot makes mats,