A global ocean clean-up group is heading to Skegness for a volunteer beach clean event this month.
Seven Clean Seas, which was created in August 2018, is a certified social enterprise that removes plastic pollution from oceans and coastlines. It holds regular volunteer and corporate beach clean events.
After cleaning beaches in four different countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, it is now tackling the UK starting with Skegness.
Seven Clean Seas will head to Skegness for aits first UK beach clean-up event at 10am on Saturday, June 29. The beach cleaning activity will go on for two hours.
It is predicted that this year alone 8 million metric tons of plastic will end up in the oceans. The volunteer beach clean-up events aim to combat ocean plastic pollution. The social enterprise has removed in excess of 20,000kg of plastic pollution from coastlines around the world.
Co-founder of Seven Clean Seas Richard Reed said: “The global plastic pollution crisis is getting worse and worse. As a keen traveller, I have visited hundreds of beaches all over the world and the plastic pollution problem is everywhere.
“Our primary aim is to raise awareness of the impact of plastic pollution on our oceans and marine life. If everyone can be more responsible and use less plastic then the world will be a better place, particularly in the future.”
Anyone who would like to join should either turn up on the day or sign up through Seven Clean Seas’ Facebook page here.
Seven Clean Seas is now selling eco-friendly bracelets. For every bracelet sold they promise to remove 0.5kg of plastic pollution from the oceans.