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Satlink, GGGI’s newest participant, has teamed up with fellow GGGI participants World Animal Protection and Bureo to expand Bureo’s Net+Positiva program to additional areas in Chile, which will see 100 tonnes of end of life fishing nets recycled and turned into products such as skateboards, sunglasses, frisbees and more.

Bureo, a Chilean-American business known for transforming abandoned fishing gear into skateboards and sunglasses, and the Spaniard Satlink, leader in satellite communications, will cooperate with the GGGI to accomplish this feat during 2019.

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8 June 2018

To coincide with World Oceans Day 2018, UK supermarkets Marks & Spencer and Waitrose have joined the GGGI!

World Oceans Day 2018 is focused on preventing plastic pollution, and retailers have a huge role to play in helping to tackle the problem of lost and abandoned fishing gear within their seafood supply chains by ensuring responsible sourcing from sustainable fisheries. By joining the GGGI, Marks & Spencer and Waitrose have committed to do their part to protect marine animals, ocean health and global fish stocks.

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