Plastic pollution, and the world's reliance on single-use plastic, is an issue we can no longer ignore.
By fundamentally changing our behaviour as individuals, workplaces, cities and nations, only we can reverse the plastic tide. By challenging ourselves, our commercial partners, our clients and friends, we plan to inspire change, ensuring that the effect we have on our environment and our oceans is a positive one.
We’re all responsible. Let’s act together and do something about plastic pollution now.
As Ocean’s campaign to turn the tide on single-use plastic gathers pace, many people across the UK say eliminating plastic waste has become as important a national issue as Brexit…. Read more
As Ocean works to eradicate single-use plastic from its operations, head of finance Billy Byam-Cook has discovered a creative way to up-cycle vinyl from Ocean’s backlit sites. A stitch in… Read more
Wouldn’t it be great to get some cash back for all of your efforts at recycling? The Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) enables you to receive money back for returning used… Read more
We’re changing our relationship with plastic, sounds easy when you say it fast but blimey, it’s difficult. Everywhere you look plastic just stares right back at you – it’s absolutely… Read more
And it’s in the Ocean that, if we fail to protect it, it will end. What are we doing wrong? Simply put, we are taking too much out of it… Read more
Forget a safe, clean world with green landscapes and beautiful blue beaches. Climate change is a reality and its effects are blindingly obvious – 3,496 natural disasters caused by droughts,… Read more
Ocean has announced a three year partnership with the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) which will enable the charity to magnify its campaigns and engage millions of people in eradicating single-use plastic from… Read more