The protection of the environment is everyone’s responsibility and duty.
The problem of marine plastic pollution is so big, that we all need to get
involved and contribute with our actions, bigger or smaller.
Use Recovered Seaside Plastic®
Get Certified / Become a Partner
As a Brand, when you include Recovered Seaside Plastic® in your products or packaging, you help keep plastic out of the Mediterranean Sea and into the packaging loop, reducing at the same time the use of virgin plastic and the consumption of natural resources and energy.
By using Recovered Seaside Plastic® you show consumers that your brand cares about the environment and genuinely takes action to protect it.
The Recovered Seaside Plastic® certification badge is a proof of sustainable operations in the eyes of an increasingly eco-conscious audience.
Choose products made with
Recovered Seaside Plastic®
The Recovered Seaside Plastic® badge on a product or packaging means that this was made with recycled plastic coming from plastic waste recovered from at-risk Mediterranean coastal areas and saved from ending up in the sea.
Every time you choose a product made Recovered Seaside Plastic®, you make a contribution towards a plastic-free Mediterranean! As an individual, you may think that single actions can’t make a difference but their cumulative effect can be huge!
Be part of the effort to keep the Mediterranean Sea plastic-free by actively looking for the Recovered Seaside Plastic® badge when shopping!
Become a volunteer
“Never underestimate the power of a small group of committed people to change the world. In fact, it is the only thing that ever has.”
If you care, you have to act! Taking action to clean up is a step closer to a better, more sustainable future.
Clean-up action is more important today than ever! You can create meaningful change by joining local organisations and getting involved.
- Do you want to support our effort to keep the Mediterranean Sea plastic-free by supporting clean-up campaigns?
- Are you looking for ways to engage or motivate employees on sustainability issues or organise activities as part of your CSR strategy?