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Seawork and Big Blue Ocean Clean Up

At this year's Seawork organisers are delighted to partner again with the international organisation promoting healthy oceans and marine biodiversity, Big Blue Ocean Cleanup.

Last year was an important year for the charity, which has bases in the UK, Canada, Malaysia and Australia. Big Blue Ocean Cleanup describes 2019 as “…an incredible year for us distributing free cleanup equipment across the planet, launching our education programme, raising global awareness for healthy oceans, collecting data and supporting new technology.”

Rory Sinclair, Chief Executive of the Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, is looking forward to Seawork 2020, "We are delighted to have Seawork as our official event partner for another exciting year. Seawork and its exhibitors really care about the protection of the oceans. This has already been demonstrated by a number of companies providing active support across our non-profit activities."

More information on Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, including its latest video can be found at bigblueoceancleanup.org

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