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.
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
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
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
It’s Plastic Free July and many of us are trying to reduce our plastic consumption, in an effort to control the plastic pollution problem and
We are delighted to be accepted to take part in the Aviva Community Fund. Aviva have teamed up with Crowdfunder to give non profits the
Come back to the amazing times of 2019: The creation of the lab, the first recycling, our rangers, the people we met, the research and much more.
Plastic@Bay hosted our first recycling workshop with Green Hive, a community initiative based in Nairn. Green Hive are starting to build a community workshop to