Tips for sustainable development in seas and oceans
07/06/2021

Tips for sustainable development in seas and oceans

Tips for sustainable development in seas and oceans

Some tips about what can and cannot go in the water:

Plastic

Plastic and other oil products should always go in the waste.

Cigarette butts

They fall to pieces but end up in the food chain.

Hygiene products

... such as nappies, baby wipes and women's sanitary products should be kept for the waste ashore. If they stink? Tie them up in a bag so the smell doesn't get out.

Glass

It should be recycled or kept in a bag to go to the dump ashore.

Metals

The same applies to any metals such as beer cans, food tins and tinfoil.

Liquid

Look carefully at any liquids before they go into the water. Again, ask yourself whether you would eat it or swim in it? However the detergents that you use to clean yourself, the boat and in your daily chores can go in – there really is no way of stopping it!

Oil slick

If you see an oil slick forming in the water when your engine is running, you could have problems with your engine so make contact with us to get it checked out.

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