For #worldoceanday, we share with you a great project we are proud to have launched.
An island move Plastic@Bay are excited to announce that myself, Joan and Julien, co-founders and directors of Plastic@Bay have moved to the Isle of Lewis.
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.
Conor Drummond, finished his six month contract as a Coastal Ranger in October 2021, during his time with Plastic@Bay he removed 1100 kg of ocean
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
Commercial fishing gear is one of the most common ocean plastics reported in marine litter surveys. In the North Highlands it makes up 90% of
Since monitoring the plastic coming in Balnakeil Bay, we have removed several tons of pollution in the last 4 years. When we started getting informed
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on our personal and professional lives. Like many small non profit organisations, Plastic@Bay has had to reevaluate
We have been trying to follow the UK government advice with the adaptation to the current pandemic. Our shop first closed than we could have
To produce rapidly Plastic@Bay face-shield designs, one solution is to attach an open mould to the extruder, the other is to produce the stripe continuously