World Oceans Day

Jun 8, 2018 | Global News

As one of leading global ocean freight providers, Uniserve Group would like to raise awareness and support for World Ocean’s Day, Friday 8th June.

An estimated 12.7 million tonnes of plastic – including plastic bottles, bags and packaging – end up in our oceans each year. With ocean currents, plastic is travelling to every corner of our planet – from Cornish beaches to the Arctic region.

World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future, assisting in the prevention of plastic pollution and encouraging solutions for a healthy ocean.

Uniserve Group member – Comply Direct – are heavily involved in supporting and promoting various initiatives surrounding the use of plastics and its impact on our Oceans.

For more information on Comply Direct, the environmental and commercial compliance specialists, please visit www.complydirect.com, or call 0844 8731034.

 

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