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Stena Line Ports orders a BinForGreenSeas

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The bespoke plastic recycling bin from the GreenSeas Trust, the BinForGreenSeas, has been ordered for the port of Holyhead.

Stena Line, one of Europe’s leading ferry companies, has ordered a BinForGreenSeas for the port of Holyhead, which provides berthing and handling facilities for a range of commercial operations. Stena Line plays an important role for tourism in Europe, with its extensive passenger ferry operations. The port which is dedicated to reducing its environmental footprint, has taken the decision to site the striking BinForGreenSeas, to help promote positive change. The bin design highlights prominent issues of plastic pollution on marine life, encouraging people to recycle them instead.

Ian Davies Head of Stena Line Port Authorities said, “Stena Line Ports is pleased to work in conjunction and support GreenSeas Trust as our values are closely matched. Holyhead Port continues to reduce the waste it produces. For the last two years, it has been able to segregate its waste and ensure that none is sent to landfill. The bin provided by the GreenSeas Trust will be educational for passengers using the port. It will make it easy for them and the port, to ensure that plastic waste is collected and recycled responsibly.”

The installation of this BinForGreenSeas will make it the 10th of its kind since 2019. As a marine conservation charity, GreenSeas Trust is dedicated to widening its reach across the UK and stop plastics entering the seas using this visual yet practical tool.

“There are approximately 50-75 trillion pieces of plastic and microplastics currently in the ocean. By working with forward-thinking companies like Stena Line, we can educate people whenever and wherever possible in a big, bold and unmissable way,” said Fazilette Khan, Founder of the GreenSeas Trust.

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