Storopack now officially sponsors the “Big Blue Ocean Cleanup” which is pro-actively highlighting the plight of the world’s oceans.
Richard Pulfrey Managing Director states, “We are extremely pleased and excited to be a partner in such a worthwhile cause. By joining forces we can provide volunteer teams for supporting beach cleanup events whilst making a financial contribution. The work of Big Blue Ocean Cleanup goes hand in hand with our own objectives to promote recycled plastic products and encourage responsible recycling.”
Big Blue Ocean Cleanup is an international non-profit foundation, which is driving a positive change towards clean oceans, and coastlines that support all marine wildlife, and sustainable living. This is achieved through beach cleaning, offshore cleaning, educational programmes and by providing up-to-date comprehensive information.
Storopack successfully generates more than 25% of its revenue with products made from sustainable or recycled raw materials.
Storopack is a specialist in protective packaging and technical moulded parts, head-quarters in Metzingen, Germany. The Storopack Group is a global operation, selling its products in more than 50 countries. Manufacturing the majority of products in-house, Storopack successfully generates more than 25% of its revenue with products made from sustainable or recycled raw materials. There is a strong commitment to increase this further, as environmental considerations are the main priority for future product innovations.
Storopack recognises the importance of this major issue and is delighted to support this important and rewarding cause.
Storopack and Big Blue Ocean Cleanup will organise a Lincolnshire cleanup event at Chapel St. Leonards beach on 21 September 2018.
A Storopack team of 20 volunteers comprising of a mixture of staff from across its UK operations are helping work with the charity on their organized beach cleanup day on Friday 21st September. The Chapel St. Leonards beach Lincolnshire event starts at 11am and will take place throughout the day.